Keystone is pleased to announce its newest Professional Engineer, Timothy D. Bailey, P.E. To become a licensed professional engineer, one must pass an eight hour exam of engineering design principles. In order to qualify to take the exam, the applicant must acquire four years of professional design experience under a licensed professional engineer after passing the Fundamentals of Engineering exam which also has specific experience and educational requirements. Mr. Bailey has 16 years of experience in civil engineering and has been involved in a wide variety of municipal, educational, and commercial projects. He has a Bachelor of Environmental Planning and Management, Minor in Mapping from SUNY Plattsburgh, an Associate’s Degree in Civil Engineering Technology from Broome Community College and an Associate’s Degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Technology from SUNY Cobleskill. Keystone is committed to providing our clients with services that set the highest standards in our industry and we congratulate Mr. Bailey on his accomplishment.
5/29/15 – Keystone’s Senior Designer Passes PE Exam