After four years at S&ME’s Orlando office, Ian Anderson, plans to return to his hometown to work at the firm’s Nashville office and will live in Mt. Juliet.
Anderson has gained experience in civil engineering design for health care facility and campus improvement and development projects, and will strengthen S&ME’s significant capabilities serving the Nashville health care market, company officials said.
His health care project experience includes civil engineering and site design for the Florida Hospital Winter Garden freestanding emergency department, medical office building and ambulatory surgery center in Winter Garden, Florida; the Florida Hospital North Pinellas offsite freestanding emergency department in Palm Harbor, Florida; and, the Rapides Regional Medical Center emergency room expansion in Alexandria, Louisiana.
Anderson graduated from Tennessee Technological University with a bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering. His expertise encompasses all aspects of site civil engineering design, including site layout preparation, grading and drainage, utilities, ADA accessibility, permitting through different agencies and stormwater system modeling.
Anderson is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. He is a member of the National Sporting Clays Association and an avid sportsman who competed in state and national tournaments for more than 10 years.
S&ME is an employee-owned engineering firm with national reach and expertise in civil, geotechnical, environmental, planning and construction services. For more than 45 years, it has helped clients in the industrial, government, commercial, power and transportation industries overcome the most complex compliance requirements and adverse land conditions using its proficiency in emerging trends and technologies and commitment to safety and reliability.