Becker Morgan announces new hires
JAMES KING JR.
Becker Morgan Group welcomes two new staff members to support increased project demands and add to a growing staff of 90.
“These new team members bring valuable skills and experience to our team and we are excited for their contributions to the firm,” said Gregory V. Moore, P.E., vice president of Becker Morgan Group.
Harlan Elliott Jr. joins the Becker Morgan team with 17 years of experience as a structural designer. Elliott holds an associates degree of applied science in architectural engineering from Delaware Technical Community College and a bachelor of science in computer networks and security from the University of Maryland University College. In Elliott’s first few months, he has been involved in several projects, including the Asbur y United Methodist Church steeple repairs, the Delmarva Health Pavilion and the Hearn Building Restoration in Cambridge.
James “Jim” King Jr. joins Becker Morgan Group in the Dover office as a survey technician. King is a retired veteran of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard and the Delaware Air National Guard where he was a combat engineer and transportation specialist before becoming a C-130 pilot. He recently completed his associates degree in surveying and geomatics engineering technology from Delaware Technical Community College. King brings a unique perspective to the firm with background in both the private and public sectors. His experience at BMG includes the Bayhealth Sussex Campus in Milford, Del., and the Delaware State University Housing and Dining facility.
Becker Morgan Group provides architecture & engineering services with offices in Delaware, Maryland, and North Carolina. For more information, visit www.beckermorgan. com.