J.M. Verostko Adds Three Principals to Firm

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – J.M.Verostko Inc. recently announced the addition of three new principals to the consulting engineer organization.  Each has a unique background with diverse experiences that make them an asset to the firm, the company says.

Timothy Coy recently joined J.M. Verostko as its senior electrical engineer and manager of the electrical department. Coy has over 21 years of experience in the electrical field and has been the project engineer on hundreds of projects that include state education (both K-12 and higher education), institutional, industrial and hospital facilities.

Adam Bondor has been a team member at J. M. Verostko, Inc. since 2013. Bondor has progressed to engineer with responsibilities ranging from load design and energy modeling to final construction administration and project close out. Bondor was part of the mechanical engineers who were brought on as co-authors of the Maison de Verre, due to their experience in the modeling and design of both VRF and Geothermal HVAC systems.

Craig West is a senior mechanical engineer with the firm and has over 35 years experience in the field. West has worked on licensed projects in nine states and strives to provide the highest quality engineering, the company says.

Pictured: Timothy Coy, Adam Bondor and Craig West, newly named principals of J.M. Verostko Inc.

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