M.E. Civil Engineering, University of Maryland, 2007
B.S. Civil Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1999
Jason joined Structura in 1999 and has served as the Engineer-of-Record for numerous projects throughout the mid-Atlantic region. Jason’s experience spans a broad spectrum of market sectors and building types, and he has led Structura’s effort to integrate engineering services with the latest trends in Building Information Modeling technologies and project delivery methods. As an instrumental member of Structura’s management team, Jason plays a key role in strategic planning for the firm and is responsible for the firm’s overall engineering operations. Jason is an adjunct professor in The Clark School of Engineering at The University of Maryland, The School of Architecture and Planning at The Catholic University of America, and The Whiting School of Engineering at The Johns Hopkins University.
Jason is an avid cyclist and enjoys long rides through the rural areas of Maryland. He follows cycling, Penn State whatever, Everton FC, and sadly the Pittsburgh Pirates. On weekends you’ll find him riding his bike, watching PSU football games with his family and friends, and making sure his lawn is properly edged. Jason does the New York Times crossword puzzle every day but is definitely not obsessed with his solve rate.