From left to right: Ken Bove, Annette Peterson, Doug Pender, and Ken Langley.
Conway & Owen is thrilled to announce promotions to our leadership team.
Included are engineering professionals who have built a solid reputation for their expertise and ability to deliver on quality service and customer care.
Ken Bove has been promoted to a Principal of Conway & Owen. He joined the company five years ago and since has advanced through progressively creating value to our mechanical department. He has also played a key role in business development, client retention, and onboarding new members of the Alpharetta office’s mechanical team. Ken has proven to be a committed advocate and will continue to help lead our mechanical department, in addition to taking on new firmwide responsibilities.
Included in the good news are our newest Associate Principals: Annette Peterson, Doug Pender, LEED AP, and Ken Langley.
Annette Peterson is a 30-year industry veteran who has an extensive portfolio of projects of different types and sizes. Her dedication to the electrical engineering team goes back twelve years and continues to serve the department incredibly. Annette has supported new initiatives for employee engagement and will continue to help mentor engineers in their careers, in addition, to serve as a senior electrical designer on commercial projects.
Since the beginning of Doug Pender’s career fifteen years ago, he has proven to be an asset in the commercial industry. He has also delivered on projects in nearly every commercial market. Doug joined Conway & Owen nine years ago and continues to be a vital asset to the electrical engineering team. His understanding of our client base serves to help internal training on better methods of communications and project delivery.
Ken Langley’s 36-year devotion to the industry encompasses client relationships as seasoned as two decades. His ability to marry his architectural experience with electrical engineering has made him a unique and vital player on our Conway & Owen team. Ken will continue to serve as a project manager, in addition taking on new firmwide initiatives.