Entech Engineering, a full-service engineering/architectural firm providing facilities planning and design services to municipal, governmental, industrial, commercial, and college/university clients, has recently appointed three new principals within the firm. Scott Compton, AIA; Bryon Killian, P.E.; and Bryan Haag, P.E. have joined the leadership team to bring Entech to a total of seven principals.
Scott Compton, AIA, is a senior project manager specializing in facility condition assessments. With experience in land development, planning, and zoning policies, Compton manages the implementation of facilities strategic, capital, and energy planning and directs accessibility barrier assessment and facility condition assessment services. Compton holds a B.Arch. degree from Temple University and is a Registered Architect in Pennsylvania, an NCARB Certificate holder, and a LEED AP. He began his career with Entech in 2007.
Bryon Killian, P.E., serves as a business development manager, playing a key role in developing business relationships with our water and wastewater clients. Killian oversees all client contact, proposal generation, and presentations for our civil/environmental work. As a client manager, he has led a variety of wastewater, water, and stormwater projects involving system operation and evaluation, data analysis, permitting, and engineering services from design through construction. Killian holds a B.S. in Environmental Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University. He is a Certified Wastewater Operator and a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania. Killian began his career with Entech in 2002.
Bryan Haag, P.E., is a lead project manager specializing in energy engineering and analysis. Haag manages a variety of mechanical engineering projects and oversees the energy auditing of existing and problematic building systems. He also directs our energy modeling efforts, simulating energy use to identify opportunities to conserve through upgrades to existing facility equipment and operations. Haag holds a B.S. in Architectural Engineering – Mechanical Concentration from Drexel University. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania and a LEED AP. Haag began his career with Entech in 2003.
Headquartered in downtown Reading, Pennsylvania, Entech has been a full-service provider of engineering and architectural services since 1981. Satellite offices are located in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County; Pottsville, Schuylkill County; Mountaintop, Luzerne County; and Lititz, Lancaster County. For more information, visit www.entecheng.com.