Wayne Elliott, PE becomes President & Jason Booth, PE becomes Vice President

By Amanda Gosselin  |  August 14, 2018  |  Featured News

Aldrich + Elliott, PC is pleased to announce the appointment of Wayne Elliott, PE as our new President. He assumed responsibility on July 1, 2018 and succeeds Brad Aldrich, PE who stepped down to become a Senior Associate within the company. Jason Booth, PE has been appointed Vice President, succeeding Wayne Elliott.

Wayne Elliott, PE has been with A+E since its inception in 1995 and was promoted to Vice President in 2010.  Wayne has managed countless water resource engineering projects from study through design. His expertise in water, wastewater and stormwater engineering have earned him an excellent reputation across the state and region.

Wayne grew up in the Northeast Kingdom and is a graduate of UVM. He began his engineering career in the construction industry working for Whitcomb Construction Company for several years and then moved into consulting engineering in the early 1980’s, and has been here ever since. He is the father of two grown children, a daughter and a son, and lives in Essex, VT with his wife. He loves creating engineering solutions for his clients and enjoys spending time outside mountain biking, skiing, playing golf, and spending time on Lake Champlain in the summer with family and friends.

Jason Booth, PE has been with A+E since 2001, starting as a Summer Intern and working his way up to Senior Engineer. Jason is an integral part of the success of Aldrich + Elliott, having managed numerous water resource engineering projects from study through construction.

Jason grew up in Southern Vermont and is a graduate of UVM. Jason also obtained has Master’s Degree in water resource engineering from Norwich University, while working full-time and raising a family. He and his wife live in St. Albans, VT with their three young daughters. Jason enjoys being outdoors, rock climbing, running, skiing, and spending time with his friends and family.

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