Civil engineering and structural engineering are two disciplines that are commonly confused. Say you're working on a commercial building project or are designing a bridge to be built in your city. Do you need a civil engineer or a structural engineer for these projects? Your first instinct may be to assume that the commercial building project requires a structural engineer because it is… well, a structure. Likewise, you may assume that the bridge requires a civil engineer, because it's "relating to ordinary citizens and their concerns" (as goes the definition of 'civil').
Jared joins T-O Engineers as our Aviation Planning Leader! An experienced aviation professional, he brings over nine years of experience serving in roles at the state and federal levels, as well as the private sector. Jared has experience in all areas of aviation planning, including airports and airport systems planning, airport safety, safety management systems, and instrument approach procedure development. Holding a commercial pilot certificate, he is passionate about aviation and providing proactive assistance and guidance to clients.