News Detail

Barnett marks 30 years of service at Hanson

2/9/2011 N-Terry_Barnett.jpg

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    
Feb. 9, 2011

Contact: Amy Kay, Public Relations Coordinator
Hanson Professional Services Inc.
(217) 747-9283
akay@hanson-inc.com

Barnett marks 30 years of service at Hanson Professional Services Inc.

ROCKFORD, Ill. – Terry Barnett, P.E., S.E., recently celebrated 30 years of service at Hanson Professional Services Inc.  He serves as a senior structural engineer for Hanson’s government market. His experience includes structural design, structure repair and rehabilitation, construction document preparation, and construction administration.

His career highlights include working on the underpinning design for the planned nuclear power plant for Consumers Power in Midland, Mich., between 1981 and 1984.  He first served as a design engineer on the underpinning and then as an on-site resident engineer for 15 months before the underpinning project was suspended.  The plant later was converted from nuclear to natural gas power.

Other career highlights include serving as the project manager and structural engineer for the OSF Rock Cut Crossing Medical Office Building in Loves Park, Ill., completed in 2009, and the Jacobs Center for Science and Math for Rock Valley College in Rockford, Ill., which is scheduled for completion this summer.

Barnett has a bachelor’s and master’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  He is a member of the American Concrete Institute, the American Institute of Steel Construction and the American Society of Civil Engineers, and he serves on the Design Practices Committee in the Structural Engineering Institute’s Business and Professional Activities Division.

Hanson is a national, employee-owned consulting firm providing engineering, architecture, planning and allied services. The Rockford regional office is located at 6775 Fincham Drive, Rockford, IL  61108-3001.  The office may be reached by phone: (815) 398-4600 or fax: (815) 398-4200.

-30-

Back to News