ccrd names additional principals
ccrd has added two people to its stock holder team: Donelle Gull is an associate principal in ccrd's Houston office, and Danna Jensen is an associate principal in ccrd's Dallas office.
ccrd has expanded its stock holder’s team with the addition of Donelle Gull and Danna Jensen. “Donelle and Danna have demonstrated the tenacity to improve the level of excellence the firm is known for. Both of them share intense company loyalty and a superior work ethic that is a model for everyone in the firm. These promotions are richly deserved by both Donelle and Danna,” said Rick Rome, president.
Donelle Gull, PE, CPD, Associate Principal, ccrd Houston
Gull has 24 years of experience as a senior mechanical engineer, 21 of those with ccrd. She has excelled in complex analyses for our clients in master planning, hydraulic flow modeling of campus distribution systems and equipment assessment/expansion/upgrade planning.
Danna Jensen, PE, LEED AP BD+C, Associate Principal, ccrd Dallas
In Jensen’s 12 years at ccrd, she has rapidly developed a vast electrical engineering capability while at the same time bringing ccrd project management skills to a new level.
In the last five years, Jensen has been the lead design engineer or project manager on almost three million sq. ft. of healthcare projects including Parkview Medical Center in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. Jensen is also an accomplished author and speaker. She recently had an article published in Consulting Specifying Engineer Magazine and she spoke on the topic of the importance of mentoring at Consulting-Specifying Engineer’s “40 Under 40” Career Smart Engineers Conference.
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