Carlo Taddei Named 40 Under 40 Award Recipient by Fort Worth Business Press
Date Posted: Apr 18, 2017
Location: Fort Worth, TX
JQ celebrates the recognition of Carlo N. Taddei, PE, LEED AP, as one of the Fort Worth Business Press’ 40 Under 40 award recipients for 2017. This prestigious award recognizes young professionals who are outstanding in their industries and communities, who are leaders today, and who will continue to make Tarrant County a great place to live and work in the future. Taddei leads JQ’s Fort Worth office as Principal.
As a structural engineer, Taddei has been responsible for the design and management of some of JQ’s most notable projects in North Texas, including several in Fort Worth, such as the Tarrant County College District Trinity River Campus East, the University of North Texas Health Science Center Interdisciplinary Sciences Building, Tarleton State University’s Fort Worth Campus and the Fort Worth Stockyards redevelopment, along with several adaptive reuse projects in downtown Fort Worth.
“We are proud that Carlo is receiving this recognition, not only for his contributions at JQ, but for his professional and civic contributions as well,” says Stephen H. Lucy, JQ’s CEO. “At JQ, Carlo leads by example in mentoring our young professionals and serving our clients’ best interests while achieving our business goals. JQ is committed to efforts that will continue to make Fort Worth a great city to live and work in, and we look forward to Carlo’s continued contributions to those efforts.”
Taddei began his career in JQ’s Dallas office in 2004. In 2007, he transferred to Fort Worth to assist in the opening of that office. He became a Principal of the firm in 2012 and in 2014, Taddei assumed leadership of the Fort Worth office. Taddei holds a Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University. He is a member of the American Institute of Steel Construction and Structural Engineers Association of Texas.
The Fort Worth Business Press’ 40 Under 40 honorees were selected by a panel of judges based on professional accomplishments, community involvement and honors/awards.
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