Annapolis Firm Takes On Three Engineers

February 18, 1991

Three new engineers have joined McCrone Inc., an Annapolis-based engineering, environmental consulting, land planning, and surveying firm.

Jonathan A. Blasco is a new engineer in the development engineering department of McCrone.

A commercial and residential site developer, Blasco earned his bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Maryland.Prior to his new position, Blasco was an engineering technician at McCrone under the cooperative education program. He is currently working on the Cromwell Business Park and Mayfield Industrial Park in AnneArundel County.

A resident of Adelphi, Blasco is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and Chi Epsilon.

Chee W. Ong, who holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Ohio State University, is in the environmental engineering department.

Active in the American Society of Engineers, Ong is an experienced civil/site development engineer, well versed in storm drain design and construction stakeout. His current projects include the Federalsburg Wastewater Treatment Plant in Caroline County.

Ong, who lives in Lothian,was previously an engineer in the development engineering departmentin McCrone's Prince Frederick office.

Engineer Terry L. Schuman has joined McCrone in the commercial-industrial sector of the development engineering department.

A civil/site developer who earned his civil engineering degree from the University of Buffalo, Schuman is experienced in sediment control, stream encroachment planning and other construction services. He counts among his current projects the South River Colony Commercial Complex and several mining operations for Anne Arundel and Prince George's counties.

A resident of Annapolis,Schuman holds memberships in the American Society of Civil Engineers, the National Society of Professional Engineers and Chi Epsilon.

Prior to joining McCrone, Schuman was a design engineer for a civil engineering firm in New Jersey.

McCrone Inc. is a member of the Design Teams Inc. family of professional engineer firms.

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