McMAHON Grows with Recent Staff Additions

Posted on Mar 5, 2019 by

McMAHON is happy to announce the addition of several new employees over the past few months.

Jill FitzSimons, P.E. has been hired as an Electrical Engineer in our Systems & Building Engineering Division. FitzSimons has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Architectural Engineering, with an emphasis in electrical building systems, from Milwaukee School of Engineering. She has fifteen years of experience in engineering consulting, specializing in electrical design of lighting and lighting controls, as well as power distribution systems, voice data systems, intercom, security, access control and alarm systems for educational, healthcare, municipal, high-end residential, and commercial projects.

Kyle Besaw, E.I.T. has joined the Environment & Infrastructure Division as a Civil & Municipal Design Engineer. Besaw has four years of construction, surveying, and CADD experience, and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering, with an emphasis in structural and geotechnical design, from University of Wisconsin – Platteville.


David Johnson has been hired as a Land Survey Technician in our Environment & Infrastructure Division. Johnson has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Geography with an emphasis in Cartography and Physical Environment from University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point. His previous experience includes making maps of the coastal states for Rand McNally, working as a cartographer for East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, and most recently working for Outagamie County as the principal planner and deputy county surveyor in the Development and Land Services Department.

Ed Erickson, PD has been hired as a Plumbing Systems Designer at McMAHON, in the Systems & Building Engineering Division. Erickson has 35 years of experience in the design of plumbing and fire protection systems, including process utility systems for industrial systems feeding processes. He holds an Associate Degree in Architecture from Ferris State College.


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