MEPT Program Expands with Mechanical EIT
Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. (SSR), a Nashville based engineering design and facilities consulting firm, has hired Chase Cortner to work in the firm’s expanding MEPT Program.
“We are excited to be adding Chase to the SSR team,” said Mike Rogers, Principal for SSR. “He comes to us from Tennessee Tech, with some great personal experiences as well as his academic achievements. From his Co-op work, to his leadership as a Camp Volunteer, Chase is the kind of person we want here at SSR. We expect great things from Chase.”
Cortner joins SSR as a Mechanical EIT in the firm’s Nashville office. A recent college graduate, Cortner earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tennessee Technological University. He was named to the Dean’s list ten semesters and gained valuable experience during his co-op for a Birmingham, AL firm.