LDA Engineering Hires Will Witcher As Associate Engineer

Friday, May 30, 2014
Will Witcher
Will Witcher

LDA Engineering has hired Will Witcher, P.E. as associate engineer to design and manage stormwater, wastewater and other public and private infrastructure projects in the Chattanooga office.

“Will’s solid background in a variety of engineering settings makes him a perfect addition to our team in Chattanooga,” said Jason Brooks, president and CEO of LDA Engineering. “We are excited to announce Will as a new team member and are looking forward to the contributions he makes to our projects and the Chattanooga community.” 

Prior to joining LDA Engineering, Mr. Witcher worked as a project engineer with Alliance Consulting Engineers, Inc. in Columbia, S.C., and as a project engineer and hydrologist with Thompson & Litton in Bristol, Tenn. He has also worked as a design engineer and hydrologist with Tysinger, Hampton & Partners, Inc. in Johnson City, Tenn.

A Tennessee native, Mr. Witcher graduated from the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Science in civic and environmental engineering. He and his wife, Virginia, are relocating to North Chattanooga from Columbia, S.C.



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