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Black & Veatch recently named Jim Easterly as a senior technical consultant within the consulting engineering services (CES) business line within B&V Energy. In his new role, Easterly provides client consulting services related to the technical and economical feasibility of renewable energy sources.

"Black & Veatch is experiencing strong growth in its renewable energy business line, particularly in areas related to biofuels, such as ethanol and biodiesel," says Gary Morrow, CES business line director. "Jim will help the company build on this growth with his specialty expertise and experience."



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