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Erling Juel, P.E. retires as CEO from TD&H Engineering

At the end of February 2015, our fearless leader, Erling A. Juel, P.E., will be retiring from TD&H Engineering. He has served the company well and he has left some big shoes to fill.

We wish him well on his future adventures!

“It has truly been an honor and privilege to work for TD&H Engineering for over 20 years. What a joy it has been working for an engineering firm that mandated product quality while emphasizing client service and ensuring a great environment to work and recruit new staff. I will miss my co-workers and those great clients. Going forward, I know TD&H will continue to be highly respected and the “go-to firm” for our clients,” says Erling.

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David Crawford, P.E., CEO of TD&H Engineering

We are pleased to introduce David Crawford, P.E., as the new President/CEO of TD&H Engineering.

He has been the manager of the Bozeman office since 1992. He brings 27 years of engineering and management experience to the position. Dave has a Masters of Science in Civil Engineering from Montana State University.

“TD&H has provided me a career of opportunities. I have been so fortunate to help build our communities, develop long-term relationships with our clients and provide fulfilling work for our employees. I am very excited to embark on this new venture! I’d love to chat with you about how our services can be applied to your next project,” says David.

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Kyle Scarr, P.E., Bozeman, Montana Office Manager

With David taking over as CEO, Kyle Scarr, P.E., will be the new face of the Bozeman regional office. He’s been with TD&H Engineering for 10 years and is a principal in the firm. He is a graduate of Montana State University with the following degrees:

• Masters of Science, Civil Engineering, Geotechnical
• Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering

Kyle says, “I’m looking forward to continuing to work with clients on civil and geotechnical projects, as well as help lead the office, and the firm, for some time to come. I’m available to chat anytime!”



Posted on February 17, 2015

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