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President of Reaveley Engineers, Dorian Adams was introduced to the company in his college structures lab and has been with the firm his entire career. With an impressive list of medical and research facilities, Dorian has acted as team lead for several major projects for Intermountain HealthCare, Utah National Guard, Hill Air Force Base and institutes of higher learning.
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Hired directly out of college, Jeff Miller has been a part of Reaveley Engineers since 1981. Over the years he has earned significant trust with clients with his expertise on religious structures as well as healthcare projects. As principal in charge of many of these projects, Jeff and his team have received multiple industry awards.
Recognized for his expertise in seismic design, Mark Harris has led Reaveley teams on projects throughout the Intermountain West. His sensitivity to design and each structure’s intended use has made Mark an ideal partner to clients in the arts. He also has significant experience with higher education facilities.
Mike Buehner began his career in another field—and in another country. After working several years in Japan, Mike discovered his love of structures and returned to school to pursue engineering. His appreciation for education shows in his two degrees, as well as the multiple projects he has led for universities and laboratory projects.
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Initially an architectural student, Reggie Harris got his professional start working part-time in drafting at Reaveley Engineers. Deciding BIM and CAD were a better fit, he has since come to manage this department. His contributions are trusted by major clients, especially in the medical industry.
Jerod Johnson has always loved to build things; his resume is no exception. Holding three advanced engineering degrees and engineering licenses in nine states, Jerod delivers thoughtful solutions and impressive results to Reaveley clients.
Part of an Air Force family, Craig Wilkinson moved to multiple states and countries when he was growing up. Since landing a job at Reaveley, however, his focus has been fixed on engineering. Specializing in performance-based design and non-linear analysis, Craig collaborates with clients on a variety of projects including public buildings and religious structures.
Chuck excelled in drafting from the beginning—designing a house built by his high school’s trade students, landing scholarship accolades in Vocational Arts, and starting his career at Reaveley just two days after graduating with his Architectural Technology degree. His pattern of excellence continues to impress; Chuck has a strong relationship with a variety of area clients.
Inspired by seeing the exposed steel spire of a temple when he was young, Justin Nadauld has been fascinated with the insides of structures ever since. His degrees in engineering are put to work often for education facilities, as well as other public buildings.
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He worked as a civil and structural engineering intern in Anchorage, Alaska, but Corey Price warmed up to the challenges offered by Reaveley clients. Working largely with clients in the seismic hotbed of the Intermountain West, Corey brings his skills to a variety of structural projects.
After graduating in 2004, Oliver Burt wanted to work for a firm that would challenge his skills and provide an opportunity to collaborate with the industry’s top architects and engineers. He’s been with Reaveley Engineers ever since.
A USC graduate, Jessica Chappell came to appreciate the importance of seismic structures while living in Southern California. She brings that value along with her professional expertise to Reaveley clients in the Intermountain West. Jessica has significant experience with religious structures and has contributed to major projects throughout the world.
A college athlete, Mark Thimm pursued his studies while pursuing a soccer ball. But after attending a seminar on professional designers, he knew engineering was his new goal. Specializing in concrete analysis and repair, Mark provides unique expertise highly valued by Reaveley clients.
Cameron Empey’s love for design began in automotives, but he soon steered his way into civil engineering instead. His collaboration with clients includes developing innovative seismic solutions for a variety of buildings, including many in education and the public sector.
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Problem solving. It’s what draws Faris Karaghouli to structural engineering. And it’s what Reaveley clients appreciate about his thoughtful and insightful solutions. Holding multiple advanced degrees and sharing experience gleaned from a wide range of projects, Faris has yet to meet an engineering challenge he doesn’t relish.
You might say Mike Keith understand structures inside and out. He spent three years studying architecture before changing his educational focus to drafting. With 17 years of professional CAD experience, Mike brings well-rounded and valuable insights to the Reaveley team.
Jesse Malan got a taste of the engineering profession working as a teen in construction. Knowing immediately that was his course in life, Jesse tried his hand in civil engineering then moved into structural engineering where he earned his degrees. Today, Jesse helps Reaveley clients find solutions, especially in healthcare and religious structures.
BS, Civil Engineering, Brigham Young University
MS, Structural Engineering, Brigham Young University
Graham Oxborrow began college with law school in mind. With his sights set on a future filled with construction defect statutes, Graham enrolled in engineering classes to better understand the lawsuits. And he never looked back. Rather than building cases, Graham now builds structures that get great respect from a jury of his peers.
BS, Civil Engineering, University of Delaware
MS, Structural Engineering, University of California Berkeley
Outside is an important concept to Tim Strickland. An avid fly fisher, mountain biker, kite surfer, and backcountry splitboarder, Tim has a passion for the great outdoors. And he’s pretty comfortable going outside the box in other areas, too. A summa cum laude graduate, Tim moved his intellectual skills and work ethic cross-country from Delaware to California and now Utah (where you’ll find him outside, of course).
Why work at Reaveley? We insist on a top-notch team and reward our employees with competitive salaries, generous bonus opportunities, 401k, health benefits, PTO and flexible schedules. We invest in the kinds of technology and time that help people perform at their best — from leading engineering tools and weekly training sessions to summer BBQs and death-defying ping pong tournaments.
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Reaveley Engineers seeks a talented Project Structural Engineer. Join us for the opportunity to work on some of the most exciting, high-profile projects in the region while advancing your career.
Structural analysis and design in all material types. Coordination of design work with in-house staff and other design professionals, including architects and other engineering disciplines. Working with in-house CAD/BIM operators for preparation of construction documents.
We encourage you to apply if you meet any of the following criteria:
Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and include Engineer in the subject line.