Justin Peaslee, P.E., has joined Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc. (HRG) as a bridge design engineer in its Morgantown, West Virginia, office.
Peaslee has 12 years of experience in the structural design of highway bridges, retaining walls, and civil infrastructure (such as culverts, dams, and water and wastewater treatment plants). He earned both a bachelor’s and master’s of science degree in civil engineering from West Virginia University and is a licensed professional engineer in West Virginia.
Peaslee has published numerous articles in national and international conference proceedings and made a number of presentations at national conferences and local industry events. Peaslee was also featured in the WQED documentary “Invented, Engineered, and Pioneered in Pittsburgh.”
Samer H. Petro, P.E., manager of HRG’s Morgantown office, says, “I have had the opportunity to work closely with Justin over the years, and I know he is a very talented and knowledgeable engineer. He has wide-ranging experience and strong technical skills that make him a valuable asset to HRG and the Morgantown office.”
Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc. (HRG) is a nationally ranked design firm providing civil engineering, surveying, and environmental services. The firm was founded in Harrisburg in 1962 and has grown to employ more than 200 people in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. For more information, please visit the website at www.hrg-inc.com.