Pittman Engineering Co., LLC has hired Abigail Margelofsky, a registered professional engineer with more 10 years of experience in the field.
She joins the Richmond Hill-based engineering firm as a project engineer. She will primarily focus on geographic information systems, stormwater management projects, water resources services and engineering design work. The Savannah native, who earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Margelofsky’s first position after college was with a civil engineering firm, working on Ray Pittman’s team.
Pittman went on to become a Bryan County administrator, and founded the firm in February 2015. Margelofsky worked for more than a year as a civil engineer with Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield Public Work.
"Ray is a great leader," she said. "Really, my work style is his style because as far as water resources goes, he taught me everything I know."
Margelofsky’s husband, Kyle, has spent 16 years in the U.S. Army and currently is serving in Tampa, Florida. They have four children, Ella, 7; Caleb, 5; Jonas, 4; Ada, 3. And they’re expecting another baby girl in 2017.
"This job is a wonderful opportunity and a great way for me to get back in the workforce," said Margelofsky, who paused her career for a couple of years to raise her children. "I enjoy engineering and am excited about once again pursuing my passion for my profession."
Pittman said, "Abbie is going to be a great addition to Pittman Engineering."
The firm’s co-owner Jason Bryant agrees.
"Abbie brings Pittman Engineering the knowledge necessary to fuse GIS with civil engineering design, broadening the range of consulting services available to our clients," Bryant said.
For more information on Pittman Engineering, call 912-662-4000, visit pittmanengineeringco.com, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.