Jackson, Miss. – Neel-Schaffer, Inc., is pleased to announce that Ken Saindon, PE, SE, has joined the firm in the newly created position of Senior Bridge Discipline Practice Leader.

Saindon has nearly 25 years of consulting engineering experience and has worked on dozens of large projects across the country, from a $2 billion rail transit project at the Honolulu Airport to an 8.7- mile, $1 billion light rail project in New York City that serves Kennedy Airport.

Saindon has also managed or provided design services for major bridge projects in Oregon, California, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Wyoming, North Dakota, Florida, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Massachusetts, and New Jersey.

Saindon will be responsible for helping grow the Bridge Design Discipline across Neel-Schaffer’s nine-state footprint and beyond.

“Ken Saindon is a nationally respected bridge designer and project manager who will provide leadership, project management, and technical development and training for our bridge engineers across the company,” said Joey Hudnall, PE, Neel-Schaffer’s Chief Operations Officer. “Ken’s credentials and outstanding reputation will also help Neel-Schaffer expand the services we can offer in this discipline throughout the Southeast and to other regions of the country.”

Saindon is a Registered Structural Engineer in Texas, Colorado and Utah, and a Registered Professional Engineer in Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and Idaho. He holds two degrees from Texas A&M University, a Master of Science in Civil Engineering – Structural Emphasis, and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.

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