Sveda joins Heery International

Steven Sveda has been named director of electrical engineering at Heery International's Atlanta office.

09/05/2012


Steven Sveda, an electrical engineer with over 35 years of experience, has been named Director of Electrical Engineering for Heery International's Atlanta office. Courtesy: Heery InternationalSteven Sveda has been named director of electrical engineering at Heery International's Atlanta office. He will be responsible for overall department staffing, technical competency, quality control, and business development.

Sveda has more than 35 years of engineering experience. He has managed major projects for the General Services Administration, Social Security Administration, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, US Army Corps of Engineers and the US Air Force, as well as numerous health care, aviation, education and commercial projects. His portfolio includes the electrical engineering design on a number of technologically advanced projects, including laboratories for systems integration, research facilities and communications centers.

Prior to joining Heery, Sveda served as a senior manager for a number of architectural engineering and consulting engineering organizations located in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions.



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