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Craig Wyatt to lead Florida Panhandle Operations, Business Development

JACKSON, Miss. – Neel-Schaffer is excited to announce Craig Wyatt, PE, as the new Florida Panhandle Area Manager. With nearly two decades of experience in transportation engineering and inspection, with a focus on state transportation projects, Craig brings extensive expertise to his new role. He will lead all Florida Panhandle operations and business development efforts, based in the firm’s Chipley Office.

Wyatt’s appointment highlights Neel-Schaffer’s commitment to delivering innovative solutions and exceptional service to clients in the Panhandle. His leadership and operational talent have been pivotal in establishing Neel-Schaffer as an industry leader in Construction Engineering and Inspection (CEI) Services in the area. Due to this success, Neel-Schaffer has been able to expand its portfolio in the Panhandle to provide a broader range of engineering services.

“Building relationships with our clients has given me insight into their unique needs and opportunities,” Wyatt said. “I’m excited about my new role and continuing to serve this community. I’m fortunate to work with a highly respected team who are the foundation of our success and key to our future growth.”

Wyatt is the ideal leader to spearhead Neel-Schaffer’s expansion in the Florida Panhandle. His dedication to building our reputation and fostering relationships makes him extensively qualified to lead Neel-Schaffer’s efforts in providing comprehensive engineering solutions in the region.

Chris Sellers, PE, Executive Vice President for Neel-Schaffer’s East Region, stated, “Craig’s success in expanding the CEI group is a testament to his drive, dedication, and skill in building partnerships. He truly embodies our core values of Care, Service, and Excellence. Craig’s new role signifies our firm’s dedication to addressing the unique engineering needs of this community while driving growth.”

Wyatt is a Registered Professional Engineer in Florida. He holds a BSCE from the University of Kentucky.