Sunday, October 1, 2017
Entech Engineering recently announced that Christopher Hannum, PE has accepted a position as principal on Entech’s executive leadership team, becoming the seventh member of Entech’s current leadership team. Hannum joined Entech in 2012 and oversees engineering for the firm’s water and wastewater projects.
Chris looks forward to applying his 25 years of work experience to help lead the company: “I was humbled and honored to be offered this opportunity. I’ve been surrounded by many professionals throughout my career, but the way Entech approaches projects and clients and the level of talent in-house is special, and I wanted to further commit myself to fostering this company and our culture and people.”
Company President, Jeff Euclide, PE, says, “Entech is owned by company employees, and we are very selective with the leaders we put in place to become principals. Chris has a superb blend of technical and leadership skills that he adds to our leadership team. He will play an important part as we face new challenges as Entech continues to grow and expand.”
Hannum is a registered professional engineer in the state of Pennsylvania and holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Virginia Military Institute and a M.S. in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering from Villanova University. He is also a veteran, having served in the United States Army for 6 years. He has served as an elected director on the Oley Valley School District School Board for the last 12 years.
Based in Reading, Pennsylvania, Entech's engineering, consulting, and architectural teams help clients make more informed decisions as they invest in their facilities and infrastructure. From six offices in Pennsylvania, they employ approximately 100 professionals who serve customers in the municipal, higher education, manufacturing, and oil and natural gas markets. For more information, visit www.entecheng.com.