Meet Lindsey Jones, PE!
Updated: May 6
Meet our newest addition to the Colorado team – Lindsey Jones, PE! It was fate that our Colorado team met Lindsey at an ACEC luncheon. Over great conversation and a delicious lunch, we knew that she would fit right in at CP&Y.
Lindsey’s expertise is client relations, project management, and Civil 3D. Located in Fort Collins, Colorado, she will be instrumental in helping our team grow in Northern Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region.
Tell us about your background.
"I received my engineering degree from Missouri University of Science and Technology in 2004. I previously worked in land development. But over the past 10 years, I transitioned into doing transportation work and grew into a PM role. My focus has always been municipal transportation. I worked on a wide variety of projects, such as trails, downtown revitalization, complete streets, road-widening and intersections. Then I started working on the SUE side of things – working with SUE crew, SUE discrepancy, and developing and reviewing plans."
What is your current focus?
"My hope is for CP&Y to be a known name in the Northern Colorado engineering community! I live in Fort Collins (FoCo for us Colorado-folk), so my focus is to grow and develop relationships here and manage transportation projects."
Why did you join CP&Y?
"I was looking for a company that supports engineer moms. I spoke to Lindsey Webb, one of our Partners at CP&Y, she is balancing the engineering world and mom duties because of the support of CP&Y and her co-workers. The overall culture of support at CP&Y is really what encouraged me to join the team. CP&Y doesn’t just talk the talk, they walk the walk.
Employee ownership is also something that really intrigued me. Everyone is an owner. We all have a piece of the company and we are all invested in helping our company and our Partners succeed."
What do you like to do in your free time?
"Outdoor activities! Riding bikes, wake surfing, hiking, paddle boarding, dirt biking, snow skiing, camping, and scuba diving. My husband and I like to share our love of the outdoors with our children.
I also volunteer with Serve 6.8. It all started in 2012 when I was able to use my engineering knowledge to help with drainage issues caused by the High Park Fire. Serve 6.8 expanded their efforts from disaster relief to a resource center in Northern Colorado. I continue to support Serve 6.8 on their leadership team and during the COVID-19 response to the community needs."
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