Dallas, Texas – JQ is pleased to announce the addition of four new hires in its San Antonio office, according to JQ CEO Stephen H. Lucy, PE. Joining JQ are civil engineering team lead Erlath W. (Trey) Zuehl III, PE; Henry C. Casal, Jr., RPLS and survey manager; Brett Bechtel, senior technician and civil designer; and Matt McCabe, senior survey technician. “The San Antonio market continues to provide growth opportunities for our clients and a strong demand for our services. With the addition of these senior professionals and technical staff, we are better positioned to serve our current clients and to win more work in the region,” says Lucy.
Erlath W. (Trey) Zuehl III, PE brings 30 years of civil engineering experience to JQ. His experience in civil site design, utility and infrastructure design, hydrological and hydraulic analysis and design, construction management and project management are sought after by clients. Zuehl earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University. He is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Henry C. (Tres) Casal, Jr., RPLS is a professional land surveyor with more than 25 years of experience in all aspects of land surveying, including topographic, boundary, construction, as-built, TxDOT and ground control for photogrammetric surveys. Casal is the past president of the Alamo Chapter of the Texas Society of Professional Surveyors and is a current member.
Brett Bechtel joins JQ as a senior technician and civil designer. Bechtel has 20 years of experience as an engineering technician producing design documents across numerous project types. He is proficient in AutoCAD Civil3D and able to take projects from initial survey to final plan preparation. Bechtel earned his Associate of Applied Science degree from Southeast Community College in Milford, NE.
Matt McCabe joins the firm as a civil/survey technician with more than six years of experience in computer-aided drafting and design using AutoCAD, Revit and Microstation, as well as surveying fieldwork. McCabe earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer-Aided Drafting from Aims Community College in Greeley, CO.