Nelson Engineering 100th Employee Victoria Williamson

Our 100th Employee

August 23, 2021

Summary | two-minute watch | Welcome Victoria Williamson, our 100th employee.

Point of clarification, we have 102 employees counting interns as of today, and we’re pretty sure Victoria is number 100. Anyway, we wanted to highlight the caliber of new engineers Nelson Engineering is recruiting.

Enjoy this short video where Victoria tells us why she selected Nelson Engineering and what she’s working on just a month into her new position. Victoria recently graduated from Penn State University with a degree in electrical engineering.

About Nelson Engineering Co.

Nelson is an employee-owned small business.

We provide multi-disciplinary engineering and consulting services to government and commercial customers from our Merritt Island, Florida headquarters. Nelson employs over 100 professionals in the mechanical, electrical, civil, chemical, industrial, environmental, safety, fire protection, and aerospace disciplines. Our staff includes licensed professional engineers (PE) across each engineering discipline, a fire protection engineer (FPE), Certified Cost Estimating Professionals (CPE), a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), certified Project Management Professionals (PMP), and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professionals (LEED AP).

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