Stevenson Crane appoints director of engineering

By KHL Staff15 June 2020

Jess MacMillan will serve as the new director of engineering, and brings with him more than 22 years of experience

Stevenson Crane Service in the USA has appointed Jess MacMillan, P.E., as the company’s new director of engineering.

MacMillan

Jess MacMillan

In his new role, MacMillan will be adding improved engineering efficiencies to internal planning strategies, providing engineered and stamped drawings to discerning customers and will bring increased project management bandwidth to some of Stevenson Crane Service’s most complex client projects.

MacMillan brings more than 22 years of experience in many aspects of the construction industry, including project management, engineering, sales, and executive management. MacMillan’s most recent role was as an associate engineer with HAAG Engineering in California. He’s also held roles as a director of business development and as a chief operations officer with other West Coast-based crane and heavy lifting companies.

MacMillan earned his Executive MBA from Chapman University in 2012 and earned his civil engineering degree from California Polytechnic in 1998.

“Our clients come to us with a wide variety of different project goals, and with those come all kinds of new challenges,” said Robert Stevenson, manager, Stevenson Crane. “We’re excited to add Jess to our team because his diverse experience will deliver innovative solutions that companies are going to be really proud of.”

MacMillan commented that he’s most looking forward to being a part of the growing rigging and heavy haul divisions of the company.

 

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