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Thomas Diver, Newly Certified EIT, Joins Chazen



The Chazen Companies is excited to announce Thomas Diver, EIT, has joined the company as an Assistant Project Engineer for its office in Nashville, Tennessee.

As an Assistant Project Engineer, Diver will be a part of Chazen’s Geotechnical Engineering team. Some of his responsibilities include covering field work, assisting with projects in both Tennessee and New York, and preparing geotechnical interpretive reports. Diver graduated from the University of Mississippi with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. He resides in Nashville.

In addition to his impressive higher education credentials, Diver recently passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam and received his Engineer-in-Training (EIT) certification. The EIT certification is a professional designation from the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying and is one step closer towards earning Professional Engineer licensure.

“Tommy’s positive attitude and willingness to learn and tackle any projects assigned to him, will serve him well as he continues to expand his technical knowledge and experience” said Matthew Korn, P.E., Manager, Geotechnical Engineering Services, The Chazen Companies. “We look forward to continuing working and supporting Tommy as he advances his professional career.”

 

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