Las Vegas - Las Vegas-based firm FEA Consulting Engineers principal Justin Veilleux recently received his PE (professional engineer) certification in Mechanical Engineering and is now a dual PE in both mechanical and electrical engineering. Veilleux has been with the firm for more than 10 years. He leads the electrical, low voltage, and lighting divisions of FEA and is responsible for managing all of the projects, directors, project managers, designers, and technicians for each discipline.
“This is an incredible accomplishment,” said Robert Finnegan, PE, managing principal of the firm. “Not only is Justin the only dual PE at our firm, but he is one of select few in the entire state of Nevada.” Veilleux graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering and a Minor in Mathematics.
Some of his significant projects in Nevada include Resorts World Las Vegas, The Cromwell Hotel Las Vegas and its Giada’s and Drai’s nightclub, TopGolf Las Vegas, Downtown Grand Casino, Tivoli Village, Mandalay Bay Convention Center Expansion, MGM Grand Convention Center Expansion, and several projects throughout the United States.
Founded in 1989 by Robert Finnegan and Boyd Erickson, FEA Consulting Engineers was formed to provide exceptional mechanical, plumbing, and electrical engineering, lighting and low voltage design services that are environmentally responsible. By combining an enhanced service approach to engineering, FEA Consulting Engineers grew with a reputation of providing unparalleled service to clients and owners. For more information, visit www.fealasvegas.com.