Hunt Engineers, Architects, Land Surveyors & Landscape Architect, DPC (HUNT) announces that John Gleckner, PE has accepted an offer from the current shareholders to join them as an owner of the firm at HUNT, joining the existing 12 members of the ownership team.
John is a Mechanical Engineer with 20 years of experience in HVAC and plumbing evaluation, study, and design. Starting at HUNT in 2000, he brings his engineering knowledge to almost every project. Not only does John provide mechanical and plumbing design, but he also has been managing the MEP department for the last 5 years under the Director of MEP Engineering, Greg Barr, PE. John is responsible for assigning projects and to the MEP staff, managing workloads, and coordination between disciplines.
Specializing in fire protection protocols, John is also a key resource to his team and lends this knowledge of fire codes and design rules to projects.
He is licensed as a Professional Engineer in New York and Pennsylvania, earning the first in 2006 and that latter in 2014.
John became an Associate in 2012 by consistently showing leadership, technical expertise, and a commitment to the firm.
Committed to his community, John has been a volunteer firefighter for 27 years at Webb Mills Volunteer Fire Department, currently acting as the First Assistant Chief. His father also serves at the same fire department and has been a volunteer firefighter for over 50 years.
He and his wife Lauren currently reside in Wellsburg, NY and have two children, Jack, 15 and Gracyn, 6. They enjoy traveling all over the country and camping in the places they discover.
Hunt Engineers, Architects, Land Surveyors & Landscape Architect, DPC (dba HUNT) has offices in Horseheads and Rochester, NY, as well as Towanda PA. There are currently 11 licensed professionals, our Director of Finance, and our Director of Technology as stakeholders. Celebrating over 45 years in business, our full-service firm specializes in consulting and design for the following clients: educational, institutional, and private sector facilities (architecture and building systems, interior design, campus amenities, and athletic fields); municipal infrastructure (water and wastewater systems, storm water management); state and county transportation facilities; and technology consulting and design.