Welcome New Team Members to Our Baltimore Office

October 1, 2018

BALTIMORE, Md. - We’re pleased to announce the following additions to the CCJM Team in Baltimore.

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Harry Jones, PE, PhD, has excellent knowledge of electrical engineering and fundamentals, principles, concepts, analyses and sound knowledge of requirements study, and integrated planning and design of electrical systems. He has extensive experience in complex technical documents containing design basis, analysis, calculations, performance evaluation, equipment selection criteria and technical recommendations for electrical systems design projects. He also has knowledge and experience in the interpretation and applications of the National Electric Code to the design of electrical power supply and distribution systems and is proficient in the review of electrical design plans and drawings to verify code compliance. He is extremely familiar with commercial modeling and simulation tools for design and analysis of electrical systems and has excellent knowledge of design, configuration and sizing of power conversion and control systems, including static uninterruptible power supply topologies and power switching systems.

Photo - Krishna Dhakal - 150Krishna Dhakal, PhD, EIT, brings water resources engineering and policy expertise to CCJM with ten years of experience in Nepal and the US. His major area of expertise includes urban drainage systems and storm water management. He holds a PhD in Water Resources from Southern Illinois University with a research focus on green infrastructure and a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering (Construction Management) from Western Michigan University. Currently he is working on the Baltimore City Sewer Rehabilitation Project. He is also a resource for anticipated Green Infrastructure projects like the current COB SWM Asset Management on Call opportunity.

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Raghav Majmundar has joined CCJM as a Structural Engineer in Training. He recently earned his Master’s in Structural Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology. He previously worked as an Intern at DC Water where he focused on rehabilitation projects of Blue Plains Advanced Waste Water Treatment Plant. He also has experience with AutoCAD, BIM, STAAD.Pro, E-Tabs, ABAQUS, MATLAB and VICO Office for Estimation & Cost Planning. He will be working primarily on structural design of Water/Wastewater related structures.

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Marc Sengebusch, also an Engineer in Training, received his BS in Civil Engineering from Morgan State University. Previously he worked at Louis Berger as a Civil Engineering Intern working on Hydraulic Modeling using EPA SWMM and at GMB where he also focused on Hydraulic Modeling using InfoSWMM. He has also interned at Qodesh CM where he used AutoCAD to create models for various structural projects.  Marc will work in Water/Wastewater and Highway Design supporting the Purple Line Project and MDOT SHA District 7 Highway Design Contract.