DOUGLASSVILLE, Pa., March 13, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Randall Hallman, P.E., LEED® AP, the lead electrical engineer for STV's Buildings & Facilities Division's Central Region, has been promoted to vice president of the firm. He supervises a staff of engineers and designers in the firm's Douglassville, PA, and Philadelphia offices.
In addition to his supervisory responsibilities, Hallman is the electrical project lead for the Colonial Pipeline Corporation Linden Manifold Upgrade project and Bridging Document Development for the National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment.
An STV employee since 1984, Hallman's work has involved various project types, from laboratories to main line pumping stations. His extensive professional background encompasses the design, calculation, analysis, and development of electrical systems for aviation, commercial, institutional, and industrial applications. Over the course of his career at STV he has designed biocontainment animal and laboratory facilities, satellite component manufacturing and production facilities and high security buildings for the defense industries.
Hallman earned his Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering at Drexel University. He began working for STV as a participant in Drexel's co-op program for undergraduate students. He is a licensed professional engineer in multiple states.
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