J-U-B ENGINEERS, Inc. Appoints New Leadership
BOISE, IDAHO—Leadership changes were announced at the annual shareholder’s meeting held in Boise, Idaho, on March 17, 2018. Lee Cammack was named as Chief Executive Officer, with Tim Haener as President, and Troy Green remaining as an Executive Vice President. The three constitute the corporation’s Executive Committee. Additionally, shareholders elected Mike Worrall as the newest member of the Board of Directors and as a Vice President.
Mr. Cammack joined J-U-B in 1995 and was elected to the Board of Directors in 1999. Since his election to the Board, he has served as Vice President, Executive Vice President, and President and CEO. He will continue in his role as CEO focusing on corporate governance, directing the efforts of the Executive Committee, and as the management voice of the company.
“The company has experienced record-setting success under the direction of Lee Cammack,” says Chuck Larson, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the multi-disciplinary firm. “The intent behind the change is to begin the implementation of a leadership training and transition strategy which the Board has been discussing for some time.”
“This strategy is expected to provide redundancy and leadership continuity at every level,” says Cammack, who will continue to provide veteran leadership.
Mr. Haener is in his 21st year at J-U-B. He is a University of Idaho graduate with technical expertise in wastewater treatment, pump stations, and sewer modeling and master planning. In 2005, he was elected to the Board of Directors, and has since served as a Vice President and Executive Vice President. As President, he will focus on business operations, Area Manager development, and Strategic Plan implementation. He is also a recent graduate of the ACEC Senior Executive Institute.
Mr. Worrall joined J-U-B in 2005, and became the Salt Lake City Area Manager in 2013. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado and is a licensed professional engineer in Idaho, Utah, Colorado, and Montana. He continues to add significant client development and management experience to the corporate Transportation Group. Worrall brings a diverse and tenured perspective to the J-U-B Board of Directors.
J-U-B provides quality engineering services to federal, state, and local government agencies, as well as many leading industrial, commercial, and institutional organizations. With a focus on building strong client relationships, J-U-B offers complete engineering and planning services in transportation, water resources, structures, environmental, landscape architecture, site development, surveying, and construction services.
Through steady and sustainable growth, J-U-B now employs nearly 350 people in 17 offices throughout the Northwest and Intermountain West. Subsidiary companies, Gateway Mapping, Inc. and The Langdon Group, Inc., add strength to the J-U-B portfolio by offering industry-leading GIS and public involvement expertise.