ELA GROUP, INC. 2017 LEADERSHIP CHANGES

In furthering ELA Group’s succession plan, during its Annual Board of Directors and Shareholders Meeting, the transition to its new leadership team was completed, when the following Officers were elected: Charles R. Haley, Jr., PE, President and Shawn H. Loose, Treasurer. Cheryl L. Love, RLA, was re-elected to continue in her role as Secretary.

In assuming the role of President, Mr. Haley replaces Grant W. Hummer, PE, who has served as ELA’s President since 1997. Mr. Hummer will continue with the firm, serving as President Emeritus.

As officers of a mid-sized firm, Haley, Hummer, Loose, and Love will also continue to fulfill their roles in the day-to-day operations and management of their respective disciplines: Civil Engineering, Municipal Engineering, Traffic/Transportation Engineering, and Landscape Architecture.

In his twenty years at the helm of ELA, Mr. Hummer steered the firm toward achieving its mission and vision as a multi-disciplined consulting firm. More importantly, Mr. Hummer was and will continue to be the embodiment of the firm‘s culture: upholding high ethical standards; assuring client satisfaction; building trusting, personal relationships with clients; highly-valuing the firm’s employees; and, developing a strong sense of community. In his new role, Mr. Hummer will continue to be actively engaged in community service endeavors.

ELA Group is excited for these leadership changes; they assure continuity in the levels of service and expertise that the wider-community expects of us, while positioning ELA for continued growth.

Haley, ChuckHummer, GrantLoose, ShawnLove, Cheryl

 

 


ELA WELCOMES MICHELLE MADZELAN AS SENIOR TRANSPORTATION MANAGER

Madzelan, Michelle

Please help ELA Group, Inc. welcome Michelle E. Madzelan of York as Senior Transportation Manager in our Traffic and Transportation Services Division. Credited with expertise as a Project Manager, project marketing and budget management, Michelle will focus on design and PennDOT permitting of community development projects, and transportation and highway improvement projects.

She graduated from the University of Dayton (OH), with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and is a registered Professional Engineer (PE) in PA, MD, OH and VA.  Michelle is a current events committee co-chair of the Central PA Engineers Week Council and current director of membership services and section CPEWC representative for the American Society of Civil Engineers, Central PA Section.


PROGRESS CONTINUES ON STATE HIGH PROJECT

Nearly two full years into work on the new State College Area High School, construction is progressing on pace and is months away from a major milestone.

In December, crews will have finished the first phase of the project — four interconnected, three-story “learning pods,” on the south campus that will be home to the vast majority of learning and instruction space…

http://www.statecollege.com/news/local-news/progress-continues-on-state-high-project,1472044


STUDENTS TO BE IN NEW CLASSROOMS IN 8 MONTHS

A small army of nearly 150 people are laying bricks and sawing away at State College School District’s latest building project.  This is what the new State College High School looks like nearly 16 months into the build.  Construction Manager Tim Jones says the project is on time and making good progress…

http://www.wearecentralpa.com/news/students-to-be-in-new-classrooms-in-8-months/697186654