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Shweta joins Newcomb & Boyd as an Electrical Engineer in the Raleigh office. She earned her Bachelor of Engineering, Electrical and Electronics from St. Joseph’s Engineering College in India in 2013, and her Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California in 2015.
Jason Conner, who worked with Newcomb & Boyd from 2006 to 2015, rejoins the firm as an Electrical Engineer. Jason earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology from Georgia Southern University in 2000; a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Southern Polytechnic State University in 2013; and a Master of Science in Building Construction: Integrated Project Delivery Systems from Georgia Tech in 2005.
We are excited to announce nineteen new leaders in our firm! These fantastic consultants and engineers are committed to the success of our clients. They are good listeners, excellent communicators, and creative designers. We celebrate their achievements and look forward to the opportunities 2021 will bring!
Hampton Whatley joins Newcomb & Boyd as an Intelligent Building Consultant. Hampton earned his Master of Science in Public Administration, Master of Science in Project Management, and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from DeVry University.
With significant experience as a Global Technology Program Manager for a Fortune 100 company, Hampton is proficient in strategic planning and leadership. He possesses extensive knowledge in collaboration, experiential, network and digital communication technology, as well as with smart building and building automation system technology. Adept in finding cost-effective solutions that meet client requirements on schedule, Hampton has a proven ability to manage global multi-million dollar technology projects. more
Healey, who joined the firm in 2017 as a co-op student, is now a full-time Mechanical Engineer. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, with a minor in Applied Physiology, from Georgia Tech in December of 2019. She was a fifth generation Georgia Tech student.