Please join us for this month's in-person NSPE and ASCE joint luncheon on Tuesday, June 14, 2023 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
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Presented by: Jamie Fitzgerald, Jamie Harsh and Greg DeSart
Jamie Fitzgerald is a Senior Public Works Plans Examiner at City of Henderson. He is Las Vegas native with over 22 years at the City of Henderson, 18 of which have been in Public Works plan review. As the Senior Public Works Plans Examiner for the City of Henderson, I currently supervise the civil plan review process in the Development Services Center and was responsible for developing and implementing the first fully electronic plan review and approval process in Southern Nevada. I've also worked with the Nevada State Board of Engineers on several projects, including the Electronic Submittal and Digital Signature Guide and the recently released Best Practices Guide.
Jamie Harsh is currently an Engineering Supervisor at Southwest Gas. Jamie has 11 years of professional experience in the fields of chemical and civil engineering. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering with a Mathematics minor from Seattle University. Jamie started her engineering career at TIMET, a titanium manufacturing plant, monitoring chemical processes and managing continuous improvement projects. She began her career with Southwest Gas in August 2018 as an Engineer II. In her current role as supervisor, she oversees the evaluation, analysis, and replacement of natural gas facilities in the Las Vegas Valley.
Since founding GES in 1992, Mr. DeSart has managed and performed geotechnical engineering, materials testing and inspection, and environmental services for countless projects throughout Nevada. Working with governmental entities, civil engineers, and private developers, he has succeeded over the past 31 years in building a strong reputation for providing personalized high-end services for GES' clients. He provides leadership for all company operations and projects, assuring high quality standards are followed with respect to technical performance, project schedules, and budgets.