Ross joined Artisan Engineering in 2014. He received his Bachelors of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Vermont in 2012 where he was inducted into Chi Epsilon, Civil Engineering Honor Society. He went on to complete his Masters of Science degree in Civil Engineering with a focus in Structures from Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. Ross wrote his masters professional research paper on the performance and application of buckling restrained braced frames; a lateral structural component gaining popularity in seismic design.
Ross comes to Artisan Engineering with a solid base of experience in construction. As the son of two landscape architects he grew up on the job site and in the work shop. During his summers off from school he spent his time working for local contractors, both as a carpenter and as a project manager. He is excited to make the transition into working as an engineer, utilizing his past experiences and education to benefit clients.
Outside of work he enjoys skiing, mountain biking, hiking and carpentry.