Nelda Bloxom joined the Cortez office in December of 2012 as a CAD Designer. Her previous experience working with a Durango architect gives EEC strengh in some new areas, and helps to bolster our Design group. Welcome Nelda!
Jace Adkins, previously completing a summer internship with EEC, has finished his Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from New Mexico State University. Having Jace back with the company full-time in the Fort Collins office adds to our excellent engineering resources. He made the permanent move back to Colorado in early January of 2013. Welcome Back Jace!
Exponential Engineering Company (EEC) was founded in 1993 with a simple vision in mind: combine exceptional technical skills with lasting customer relationships to deliver the finest services available. According to President Tom Ghidossi, “We’re dedicated to providing the high-quality, cost-effective service that brings success to our clients. We stand behind our work.”
Over the past two decades, the company has grown from a small staff and a base of clients in Northern Colorado to over 30 employees operating out of four offices across the state. Although EEC provides consulting to customers throughout the country, each office remains committed to investing in their local community. Ghidossi commented, “We love the communities that we’re a part of and want to be known for supporting them.” Part of this support comes from the professional services. In addition, the employees participate in activities beyond the scope of their job descriptions, from raising money for the Larimer County Food Bank to delivering presentations about engineering in local schools and mentoring students. Looking ahead, the
staff at EEC is excited about the possibilities for expanding their influence—both with the clients they serve and the residents living around them. But no matter the changes a growing business might bring, the company is committed to the same Principles that have helped them thrive throughout the last 20 years. “We don’t need to have our name up in lights,” says Ghidossi. “We just want to do a good job for our clients and reflect well on our community.”
Kieran O’Halloran joined EEC in June as a CAD Designer, working in our Steamboat Springs office. A self-declared ski bum, Kieran is a Steamboat Springs native. He received his Bachelors Degree from the University of Colorado in Environmental Design. He has many years working with AutoCAD, mainly for local Steamboat architects. We are very excited to have Kieran on board!
Michael Garcia started with the company this August, making the move from the Dallas Texas area. He is excited to take advantage of all the outdoor activities that Northern Colorado has to offer. His Bachelors Degree is from Texas Christian University in Electrical Engineering. Michael brings excellent experience and knowledge to EEC, and he will be a great addition to the team. He will be working in the Fort Collins office.
To accomodate progress and growth, the Denver office relocated to a larger suite in the same office building. The new suite number is 425, located just one floor up from the previous office. The "settling in" period is ongoing, but watch for an open-house date to celebrate the new space. "This will give our employees the extra room that was needed, and also gives us some more space to expand down the road" says Greta Gibbens, Director of Business Operations. Please make note of the new suite number!
Our new Steamboat Springs, Colorado office is now open! “We are very pleased to have an office in Northwestern Colorado. Our clients in the region will benefit from having EEC resources close by,” said Greta Gibbens, Operations Manager.
The office is located at 1120 South Lincoln Avenue, Suite E1 (see complete contact information at the right.) Benj Hoffner, P.E. will be working in the Steamboat office full-time beginning October 4, 2010.