Stanley Consultants Elects New Officers

Longtime associates Mark Jurgemeyer and Randall Grammens are elected as vice presidents during annual board meeting.


At its annual Board of Directors meeting, Stanley Consultants elected Randall Grammens, P.E., and Mark Jurgemeyer, P.E., as vice presidents. Both Grammens and Jurgemeyer are structural engineers working in the company’s energy division. Stanley Consultants provides program management, planning, engineering, environmental and construction services worldwide.

Grammens, based in the Muscatine, Iowa, office, is a licensed professional engineer in several states. He is manager of the Muscatine Structural Department, and an Associate Chief Structural Engineer. Grammens joined Stanley Consultants in 1975.

Jurgemeyer, based in the Denver office, is a licensed professional engineer in multiple states. He is a senior project manager and manager of the Transmission and Distribution Group. Jurgemeyer joined the company in 2001.

- Edited by Chris Vavra, Consulting-Specifying Engineer,

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