Southeastern U.S.—TCG is excited to announce that three (3) of our engineering interns—Adam Fulmer, Ivan Lamos, and Sean Arledge—have officially graduated from engineering school. Having worked with us while obtaining these degrees, each individual is now officially titled as an “Engineering Associate”. As Engineering Associates, they are required to complete four (4) full years of experience before taking the engineering exam to become a Professional Engineer (PE).
Adam Fulmer began working with us as an Intern while completing his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering at the University of South Alabama. Throughout his outstanding undergraduate career, Mr. Fulmer has worked in a variety of positions, including a Summer Internship at the Big Creek Lake Pumping Station with Mobile Area Water and Sewer Systems in Mobile, AL. As an intern, Mr. Fulmer was National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO) Certified in PACP, MACP, and LACP.
Pictured (left to right): Adam Fulmer, Ivan Lamos, & Sean Arledge
Ivan Lamos’ role has been unique since coming on board back in 2014. Over the four (4) years of employment with Constantine, he has been an office manager—as well as a project manager—for many of the Constantine Constructors projects. He’s been quite the responsible and reliable asset to our St. Augustine office since beginning a career here at Constantine. Mr. Lamos became an Engineer in Training (EIT) back in 2012 in California and was considered a "Project Assistant". Mr. Lamos has been simultaneously attending school to get his engineering degree after graduating from the University of North Florida in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
Sean Arledge is based out of our North Charleston office, working on engineering projects in South Carolina and supporting work in other locations. As a civil engineering student at The Citadel, Mr. Arledge interned as an engineer and design associate for Constantine Engineering, Inc., equipping him with invaluable experience in the field of water and wastewater engineering even before receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from The Citadel in 2018.
We look forward to growing as a successful company with these three individuals that have already portrayed such promising potential, and we look forward to them earning their official registration and certification as a Professional Engineer.