GMB engineer passes PE licensure exam

August 7, 2022

The architectural and engineering firm of George, Miles & Buhr LLC congratulates staff member Joshua T. Elliott, P.E. on recently passing the eight-hour Principles and Practice of Engineering exam and becoming a licensed professional engineer in the State of Delaware.

A Delmar native who currently resides in Ridgely, Md., Elliott is a project engineer in GMB’s Seaford office. He began interning with GMB in 2017 and joined the firm full-time upon his 2018 graduation from the University of Alabama.

Elliott is wrapping up several projects in the City of Lewes, including water and sewer improvements in the Pilottown Road and Savannah Road areas. He is currently working on the design of improvements to the Howard H. Seymour Water Reclamation Plant, also in Lewes.

On his choice to pursue an engineering career, Elliott said, “I spent a lot of time with my grandfather growing up and he taught me that no problem was too small to solve and no problem was too big that it couldn’t be solved. His mindset instilled in me a joy of solving problems. Engineering is a field where you face new problems big and small every day, and the best part about it is the problems are never the same. I will never get tired of seeing my solutions to these problems implemented and observing how they impact the community and environment around me.”

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