Brock Sutton promoted, passes Professional Engineer exam

Fehr Graham, a leading Midwest engineering and environmental firm, announced that Brock Sutton was promoted to Project Engineer shortly after he passed the Principles and Practice of Engineering exam to become a Licensed Professional Engineer in Illinois.

As a Licensed Professional Engineer, Sutton is authorized to prepare, sign, seal and submit engineering plans and drawings to public authorities for approval. His promotion reflects what he's learned and his commitment to upholding the highest ethical standards in engineering.

"We are incredibly proud of Brock for passing the PE exam," said Branch Manager and Principal Jason Stoll, PE. "Brock started with us as a summer intern. We have had the privilege to watch his transformation from a young college student to a licensed Professional Engineer. This shows his technical abilities and his commitment to our clients and the core values of our firm. His knack for finding solutions and his ability to connect with people makes him an asset to our team."

Sutton, who lives in Mendota, joined Fehr Graham as a full-time employee in 2019 following his college graduation. Based in Fehr Graham's Rochelle office, he has experience in transportation engineering, water distribution systems design and general municipal engineering.

Sutton is a graduate of Bradley University where he earned a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering.