Our three-person Executive Committee is the primary management body of J-U-B. They are empowered to implement policy and to monitor and manage the overall health of the company.
Lee has worked with communities, agencies, and districts on a variety of projects related to infrastructure and planning of public facilities. Projects have included water resource development and delivery systems, wastewater collection and disposal, and transportation. Prior to joining J-U-B, Lee was employed at both the municipal and county levels; experience that he has used to help communities identify and address infrastructure needs.
Troy’s area of expertise is in agricultural, municipal and industrial water and wastewater systems. His other specialties include Water Conveyance Systems, Sewage Treatment Systems, Hydraulic Engineering, Water Conservation, Pipeline Design, and Industrial Process Water Treatment. He served as J-U-B’s Kennewick, Washington Regional Manager from 1999 through 2004.
With over 25 years in the industry, Tim’s primary responsibilities include risk management, contract review, insurance, claims analysis, and mitigation. He also focuses on corporate strategic planning, market positioning, key recruiting and retention efforts, Area Manager coaching, and other opportunities for company growth and development.
Each member of our management team goes through an intensive leadership development. This includes a 15-month program with 10 days of classroom instruction and many hours of study and preparation between sessions. The training they receive is current and it is also consistent with J-U-B’s Strategic Plan.
Kellie has 20 years of HR experience, serving as HR Manager, Employee Relations Specialist, and HR Generalist throughout her career in the Treasure Valley. Kellie has worked for private industry, as well as several county and state government entities. Kellie’s responsibilities include managing all aspects of the HR function (benefits, compensation, employee relations, recruiting, legal compliance, training). Kellie is a member of Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM).
Brian has over 20 years of experience in urban and rural transportation projects and municipal infrastructure engineering planning, design, and construction. He has worked on and managed several large civil engineering projects specifically related to urban transportation infrastructure improvements and has been involved with downtown revitalization studies and construction plan improvements throughout the Intermountain States. Brian also has extensive experience in large irrigation pipeline and canal improvement (lining) projects that have involved federal funding through the Bureau of Reclamation.
Steve specializes in water and wastewater utility support. His key expertise includes industry trends, permitting, IDEQ coordination, TMDL support, water and wastewater utility planning, funding, low energy treatment options, and design review. Special projects include development of water and wastewater treatment plants with grant funding as high as 75%. Steve has also served in a number of volunteer capacities including as the president of the Pacific Northwest Clean Water Association.
With his practical experience in construction and demolition coupled with his education in management, Robert has managed Municipal Water and Wastewater projects including the integration of computerized Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems for many communities. Prior to J-U-B, Rob worked for several large food processors on expansion projects in Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Minnesota, giving him broad experience in the private sector.
Alan has more than 20 years of planning, design, and construction experience in a variety of public works projects specializing in water and wastewater system projects. He works with a number of communities and agencies throughout Idaho and recently served as secretary-treasurer for the Southeast Idaho Operators Section (SEIOS).
Cory’s primary area of expertise is water system and wastewater system engineering. His experience includes projects ranging from small water distribution and sewer collection improvements to large treatment plant upgrades. Cory has also facilitated the development of many water and wastewater master plans. He is a member of American Water Works Association and is involved in local community organizations.
Brian’s areas of expertise include secondary and culinary water modeling and design including distribution, transmission, and storage, storm drainage modeling, design, and master planning. He has a strong background in municipal engineering in general and has served as city engineer for several cities in Northern Utah.
Mike specializes in Transportation Engineering, general Civil Design and Project Management. He has more than 32 years of transportation planning, design, and construction experience. His areas of expertise includes traffic engineering, transit, roadway design, site design, truck and freight infrastructure, bicycle and pedestrian design, transportation planning studies, environmental processes and NEPA documents, municipal street design, hydraulic studies and design, highway design, and construction administration. Mike has particular expertise in helping clients implement Alternative Project Delivery including Construction Manager as General Contractor (CMGC) and Design-Build.
Zan has expertise in municipal and structural engineering. He has completed projects including municipal planning studies, infrastructure master planning, detailed design of water, sewer and storm drain systems, buildings and transportation structures. Zan recently served as president of the American Society of Civil Engineers – Northern Utah Branch.
A survey veteran in both the field and office, Jason brings practical experience in working with engineers, contractors, attorneys, and public works departments in the planning, scheduling and completion of field and office survey operations. He manages large-scale control, aerial mapping and city-wide utility location projects using conventional, robotic, and GPS technologies.
Ben’s areas of expertise include irrigation systems, urban storm water drainage, hydraulic engineering, environmental review and planning, water conservation, water conveyance systems, pipeline design, sewage collection systems, and grant and loan applications. He is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Public Works Association.
Dave has managed numerous road and transportation related projects both small and large scale. Most recently, he was the project manager for the APWA award-winning Post Street Revitalization and Two-way Conversion for the City of Spokane.
Jeff has more than 20 years of civil engineering design, construction, and project management experience, with a primary focus in transportation engineering. Jeff specializes in performing complex urban transportation projects and has a strong background in municipal engineering. He excels in his liaison abilities, and enjoys multi-faceted projects. His experience includes eight years with the ADOT working as a manager in both design and construction. Jeff is an active member of the American Society of Engineers – Northern Colorado Branch.
Licensed Professional Engineer in Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, and Colorado
Chuck specializes in planning and engineering project for airports throughout the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain West. He has significant expertise and expertise in traffic and transportation engineering, street and highway engineering, and project management. Chuck has more than 30 years of transportation-related experience with communities, counties, airports, highway districts and state highway departments.
David manages operations for J-U-B which includes Information Technology, vehicle fleet, reprographic fleet, and physical facilities. In 1990, he co-founded Gateway Mapping, the GIS subsidiary of J-U-B. He now leads a team of GIS specialists who are some of the industry’s brightest talent. He has developed and managed GIS projects in master planning, public utilities, parcel mapping, and cemeteries. David worked closely with the Utah Division of State History to develop a funding program to help cemeteries modernize record-keeping using GIS.
Since 1997 Dan has designing and facilitating complex environmental and public policy disputes across the United States. Dan has led The Langdon Group since 2004. He has designed multiple processes that bring diverse stakeholders together to resolve tough problems and has mediated over 150 cases. Dan focuses his work in the Western United States and resides in Utah.