Toledo Headquarters leads SSOE’s initiative to hire more than 200 architects and engineers nationwide.
SSOE continued its rapid expansion announcing two new hires for the company’s headquarters in Toledo, OH: Matthew Oberts as mechanical department manager and Timothy Lajiness, P.E., as senior project manager.
Matthew Oberts will lead the mechanical department of the Automotive and Industrial Facilities group. He possesses more than 12 years of experience as a chemical engineer, as well as experience in plant management and process engineering. As department manager, Oberts will be responsible for facilitating and supervising the mechanical engineering department in many facets including reviews, maintaining and approving departmental staffing and resources for each project, departmental profit and loss and ensuring the technical competency of the department is maintained. Oberts has worked at several prestigious companies in the Detroit metropolitan area including Durr Systems Inc., Textron and the Rouge Steel Company. He received a Masters of Business Administration from the Detroit College of Business in Dearborn, MI and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI.
Timothy Lajiness, P.E., senior project manager for the industrial process, pipeline department, has more than 20 years of experience in the build industry as well as in design and manufacturing with a strong background in power generation and natural gas pipeline facilities. In addition to being a senior project manager, he will also serve as the pipeline sector champion and will be responsible for expanding upon the existing base of well established clients to potential new clients that may not be aware of all the services that SSOE can provide for the pipeline industry. Lajiness joins SSOE from TRC/Novak
Engineering Inc. in Jackson, MI. He received a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toledo, OH.
SSOE continues growth momentum with strategic hires for Toledo office
April 1, 2008