Congratulations Meghan Scanlan and Alex Harbour!
Performa is extremely proud to share that engineers in training Alex Harbour and Meghan Scanlan have both earned their Professional Engineer designation.
Alex Harbour, P.E.
Alex specializes in electrical engineering and has experience in education, corporate commercial, and industrial facilities. His focus in electrical design includes low and medium voltage power designs, egress lighting calculations, fire safety layout, standby emergency power system design, arc flash and coordination analysis, and clash detection management. Alex is a graduate of The Milwaukee School of Engineering, a member of the National Electrical Contractors Association and the American Society of Civil Engineers.
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Meghan Scanlan, P.E.
Meghan has been working in the building design and construction industry for over 5 years. Specializing in structural engineering, she has experience in educational, corporate commercial, and industrial facilities of many different construction types. She is responsible for building load calculations, structural system design, document creation and coordination, shop drawing review, and construction administration. Meghan has both her Master and Bachelor degrees from The Milwaukee School of Engineering.
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Earning a Professional Engineer registration by examination from the State of Wisconsin requires completing a four-year college degree, working under a Professional Engineer for at least four years, passing both the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) and the Principals and Practices of Engineering (PE) Examinations, and earning a license from Wisconsin’s Department of Safety and Professional Services licensure board.