Jim Hall, PE* and principal, will serve as the Transportation Leader in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Iowa.
Jim is a professional engineer with more than 28 years of experience in the transportation industry. He has led multi-million dollar complex transportation projects, including design-build projects. Jim provides expertise to clients in preliminary and final highway design as well as project management, including the coordination of multiple agencies, stakeholders and disciplines.
As a strategic and collaborative leader, Jim is committed to elevating the talented professionals within SEH, as well as bringing on new talent to help ensure the success of our clients. His plans for the future are to continue to provide a positive culture essential for fostering a sense of pride, innovation and ownership amongst employees.
“Our transportation systems are evolving in ways that will forever change how we move from place to place, said David Ott, SEH CEO and President. With Jim’s leadership, SEH will continue to elevate how we design and deliver projects to our clients. And, more importantly, his leadership will further cultivate the talents of our transportation team to deliver innovation, quality and shape their careers by providing opportunities.”
Jim holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of California-Irvine. He stays active in engineering-related associations such as the American Society of Civil Engineers’ – Minnesota Chapter, where he completed an eight-year term serving many roles, including President, on the Board of Directors. Jim is also an active member of the Minnesota Surveyors and Engineers Society serving on the scholarship committee.
“I look forward to this new role,” says Jim, “I look forward to collaborating with staff and our clients as we grow our transportation portfolio in innovative and exciting ways. Collaboration with the transportation team allows for employees to problem-solve, learn from each other, be more efficient and boosts morale, which makes them feel more connected and engaged.”