2014 40 Under 40: Jason Jullie, PE, LEED AP, 34

Associate, Electrical Engineer, ccrd, Dallas


Jason JullieJason Jullie, PE, LEED AP, 34
Associate, Electrical Engineer, ccrd, Dallas
Kansas State University, BS Architectural Engineering

Since joining ccrd in 2004, Jason Jullie has steadily been exceeding expectations and has helped grow the firm to what it is today. During his time at ccrd, Jullie has gone from designing complete power and lighting systems to serving as project manager for large-scale health care and commercial projects. To ensure that all aspects of the design process are up to par with the latest industry standards, Jullie works directly with architects and owners on the design and management of each project. As associate, he is in charge of managing multiple projects, overseeing junior electrical designers, and performing the lead design of electrical distribution systems for complex hospital and data center projects all around the country. During his 10-year career at ccrd, Jullie’s role in working with personnel has earned him recognition from both the firm’s most valued clients and his colleagues. He is part of a senior project management group at ccrd that meets weekly to discuss the company staffing loads and make project assignments. Jullie also serves as co-chairperson of the group, responsible for the firm’s DiscoverE Engineers Week. Throughout the week-long celebration, Jullie coordinates activities that help boost morale and the overall work environment at ccrd. Jullie has made community integration a part of ccrd by organizing annual fundraising events at the firm for both the Ronald McDonald House and the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. Apart from his community work and engineering profession, Jullie spends time as a board game enthusiast. He attends board game conventions and hosts local game nights at his home. He also enjoys spending time with his wife and their two children at their Dallas home. 

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