In recognition of his responsiveness to clients and commitment to quality, Jeffrey Byorick, PE, was named one of Consulting-Specifying Engineer (CSE) magazine’s 2015 40 Under 40 Award recipients. The award recognizes 40 building industry professionals, age 40 and younger, who stand out in their academic, professional, and personal lives.
Based in the firm’s Mount Laurel, New Jersey, office, Byorick is a senior electrical project engineer whose management and technical skills have established him as a trusted advisor for arc flash services. He performs arc flash studies and corporate safety manual updates that help to improve system coordination, prevent injuries, and limit damage to buildings and equipment.
Byorick also designs power and lighting systems for roadways, parking lots, toll plazas, and railroad stations; performs photometric and voltage-drop calculations, protective device coordination studies, and load flow assessments; conducts circuitry and short-circuit studies for load center designs; and designs communications systems. Outside the office, Byorick gives back to the community by participating in the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, Operation Christmas Child, and events at his local church.
“With razor-sharp problem-solving skills and natural leadership qualities, it’s no surprise that Jeff is recognized among such a talented group of professionals,” said George Campanella, PE, LEED® AP, a Gannett Fleming vice president and Mt. Laurel regional office manager. “With every project, he makes safety and technical excellence his top priorities, ensuring our teams in the field are comfortable and properly protected against potential arc flash hazards.”
Byorick holds a master of science in engineering from Rowan University and a bachelor of science in engineering science from the College of New Jersey. With 13 years of experience, he is a professional engineer in New Jersey and a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.