RMF’s Jonathan Eveleth, PE, CEM, LEED AP of the firm’s Raleigh, NC office has been selected as a winner of Consulting-Specifying Engineer’s respected 2021 40 Under 40 award. Each year, this honor is given to 40 non-residential building industry professionals ages 40 and younger who are distinctly well-rounded and shine in their commitments, both personally and professionally.
“I am humbled and honored to have been named a recipient of the 40 Under 40 Award by Consulting-Specifying Engineer,” said Eveleth. “I hope that through my leadership, I can inspire others to reach their goals through hard work and dedication, both in the workplace and the communities in which they live.”
Tim Griffin, Executive Vice President with RMF added: “We are thrilled to extend our congratulations to Jonathan. He is an incredible engineer and team member – whether he is mentoring young engineers at the firm or providing his strategic guidance on a project with clients, he always brings his A game. I look forward to seeing his continued growth at RMF, as well as how he positively impacts others, for years to come.”
Candidates were nominated by a professional colleague or mentor and judged by industry experts based on nine areas, including their commitment to superiority in their academic, professional, personal and community involvement. In the May print edition and online, Consulting-Specifying Engineer honored each of these young professionals, highlighting qualities that led him/her to sustained success, recent professional projects and personal achievements. Winners will be presented with their award at a ceremony in Chicago in October 2021. To read a profile of each winner, visit www.csemag.com/40under40.
“If the technical proficiency, breadth of experience and self-assured attitudes don’t impress you, then the dedication given to mentoring, the community and family certainly should,” said Amara Rozgus, Editor-in-Chief of Consulting-Specifying Engineer. “Now in its 14th year, the 2021 40 Under 40 winners are more creative, attentive and passionate than most professionals at any phase of their career, leading them to succeed in their respective professions.”