Long-time engineers and leaders retire from IMEG
IMEG client executives Warren Lloyd and Brett Fetter have retired following a combined 74 years of experience in the engineering industry.
Lloyd, PE, LEED AP, was an executive principal with the firm and had been with IMEG (formerly KJWW Engineering) for 33 years. A mechanical engineer, he most recently served as client executive for the Dallas office team. Most of his tenure at IMEG was as leader of the healthcare team, during which time he earned national and international ASHRAE awards for innovative, energy-efficient designs, including an ASHRAE Society Technology Award. He also received an ACEC-IL Eminent Conceptor Award for Great River Medical Center in Burlington, Iowa, and ENR Midwest’s Best Healthcare Project of the Year for Advocate Sherman Hospital in Elgin, Ill. Warren also was named an ENR Top 25 Newsmaker in 2008.
Fetter, PE, was a principal with the firm and had been with IMEG (and the former McClure Engineering Associates, Inc.) for 18 years. A civil engineer, he most recently served as client executive for IMEG’s Quad-Cities Civil Team. Prior to this he was president and CEO of McClure Engineering, whose merger with IMEG in 2017 helped IMEG become one of the largest civil engineering firms in the greater Quad-Cities region. Over the years he has worked on numerous civil engineering projects in central and northern Illinois, eastern Iowa, and southern Wisconsin, including public works, street and highway maintenance and construction, airports, and recreational facilities.
“It has been a great honor to have worked with Warren and Brett over the years,” said IMEG CEO and President Paul VanDuyne. “They are superb engineers and leaders, and both have distinguished themselves in their respective disciplines. Their many contributions to our firm and to the engineering consulting industry are sincerely appreciated.”
The pair will be honored by the firm at a celebration to be held later this month.