Multifaceted Skills and Leadership at SCS

July 11, 2024

Jennifer Taylor and Morgan Sykes celebrating well-earned promotions!

 

Jennifer Taylor has been promoted to Project Director at SCS Engineers. Her exceptional leadership skills have been instrumental in managing a multidisciplinary team and exceeding client expectations. In her new role, she will also oversee the liquids management team in KC, further expanding her leadership responsibilities.

Jenny’s passion for mentoring staff and building client relationships makes her a valuable asset to our team.

Outside work, she enjoys camping in southern Missouri and exploring the Ozark trails on ATVs with her family.

Congratulations, Jenny!

 

 

SCS is thrilled to announce the promotion of Morgan Sykes to the esteemed position of Senior Project Manager. Known for his exceptional engineering prowess and dedication to finding innovative solutions for complex projects, Morgan has been a valuable asset to our team since joining SCS in October 2021. His leadership on various engineering-heavy design projects, including transfer stations, has been instrumental in our continued success.

Not only is Morgan a skilled project manager, but he also excels as a mentor, guiding young engineers in the principles of civil engineering design. His diverse talents have made a significant impact on SCS, particularly in the Energy and Construction sectors.

Originally from a ranch in southern Colorado, Morgan’s journey led him to the Colorado School of Mines and eventually to his role as a City Engineer, where he met his wife Tess, a journalist covering City activities. Together, they are proud parents to three children and are currently immersed in planning their eldest’s wedding, attending swim meets, and cheering loudly at soccer games.

Please join us in congratulating Morgan on this well-deserved promotion. We look forward to witnessing his continued success and contributions to our organization.

 

Please contact SCS Engineers if you are interested in working with our clients to make the world safer and cleaner!

 

 

 

Posted by Diane Samuels at 6:00 am