Richmond, VA – April 23, 2007 –Timmons Group is pleased to congratulate Managing Principal Stephen D. Hostetler, PE, on being elected to the Virginia chapter of The Council of Educational Facility Planners, International (CEFPI) Board of Directors at their February 26-27, 2007 annual meeting in Roanoke, Virginia.
The Virginia Educational Facility Planners (VEFP) mission is to promote creative and responsible planning of school facilities, to foster professional development and to exchange best practice knowledge of Virginia school facilities to provide the best possible learning environment for all students. The membership of this organization includes school system facility managers, design professionals, suppliers and others. The VEFP organization was initially was formed as an independent organization in 1996, but in 1998 became a state chapter of The CEFPI.
Mr. Hostetler is a Principal in Timmons Group’s Site Development division. He is responsible for all educational facility projects, which includes management and coordination from inception of a preliminary plan to certification of construction completion. His expertise relates to all phases of project planning, design and feasibility.
Mr. Hostetler received his BS in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech in 1988. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Virginia and North Carolina. In addition to being a member of The CEFPI and VEFP, he is a Recognized Educational Facility Planner with over 18 years of experience.
Mr. Hostetler has extensive experience with sustainable design having designed numerous projects incorporating sustainable design techniques, from simple enhanced stormwater management up to a LEED® Gold certified project.
About Timmons Group
Timmons Group is an ENR 500 multi-disciplined professional services firm and a leading provider of civil engineering, site development, transportation engineering and highway design, water and wastewater facilities design, geographic information systems, new urban and traditional neighborhood design, stormwater management, geotechnical assessments and materials testing, environmental services, construction administration, land and community planning, landscape architecture, LEED® and sustainable design, urban planning, surveying and GPS machine control to both public and private clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. The firm employs more than 350 people and has corporate headquarters in Richmond, Virginia, and regional offices in Chesapeake, Virginia; Charlottesville, Virginia; Prince George, Virginia; Ashburn, Virginia; Greensboro, North Carolina; and Raleigh, North Carolina.