Several Ardaman & Associates, Inc. employees have recently reached milestones in their careers.
Two of our long term employees are retiring from the company. Cliff Stratton, a Senior Technician in Ardaman’s Sarasota office retired after 33 years as a field technician with the company. Cliff began his career with Ardaman in the office in Port Charlotte and transferred to Sarasota in 2011. In addition to his technical acumen, Cliff served as an Assistant Golf Professional both in Fort Myers and Tampa, learning skills that will serve him well in retirement.
Randy Houser is retiring after 25 years with Ardaman. Randy has been a supervisor in the Construction Services Group in Orlando. Randy is a dedicated Ardaman employee, but when not thinking about work, Randy enjoys spending time at his beach condo. Something tells us he will be there a lot more often from now on.
In other news,
Dan Zrallack, P.E., Ardaman’s Port St. Lucie Branch Manager has been appointed to the St. Lucie County Contractor Review Board
Greg Stevens, P.E., from our Sarasota office has been elected as President of the Myakka Chapter of the Florida Engineering Society (Florida’s NSPE affiliate)
Whitney Stevens, P.E., Ardaman’s Tampa Branch Manager, has been designated as the National Young Member of the Year by the American Society of Highway Engineers. Whitney will be formally accepting her award in New York City later this summer.
Evelio Horta, Jr., P.E., from our Miami office has received his Professional Engineering license in Florida.
Bill Singleton, P.G., from our Baton Rouge office has attained the status of Licensed Professional Geoscientist in Louisiana.