Seasoned facility operations problem-solver, Jared Peterson, joins KCL in a move that connects sophisticated facility lifecycle management expertise to KCL's reputable MEPT design abilities. Operating out of the firm's Phoenix office, Jared will provide leadership for the company's expansion in the West. Jared was previously at a world-leading safety and risk-based engineering organization where he directed a team of 20+multi-discipline engineers and designers (mechanical, electrical, structural, and software engineers) delivering complicated projects spanning high profile Fortune 50 companies to domestic and foreign United States Military bases.
Operations Lead and Lead Engineer for the acquisition and subsequent software lifecycle management of a nuclear grade electrical software
Project Director for electrical distribution studies at more than 30 USAF bases, throughout the world
Lead Engineer for commissioning inspections of conveyor systems and inventory rack systems at more than two dozen Amazon distribution centers
Lead Responsible Engineer for post Fukushima upgrades at OPPD-FCS
Decommissioning design and support at SCE-SONGS
Fleet wide long-term asset management studies for Exelon
Design of a custom radiation monitoring system for a DoE client, including custom design of a PCB that integrated into a SCADA system
Prior to joining the engineering realm, Jared's leadership skills were shaped from nine years of service in the US Army and Iowa Army National Guard, including a tour of duty in Iraq, prior to earning a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Iowa State University.
KCL looks forward to introducing Jared's breadth of knowledge to facility managers to assist in proactively and safely maintaining and optimizing their operations.