• 2023: Looking Forward to the New Year

    By:Triad Engineering

    By Brad Reynolds

    Another year has come and gone – and what a busy year it has been! Much like 2021, this year was not without its obstacles to overcome, but there have also been many great accomplishments. I am looking forward to 2023 and believe this year will have more opportunities for Triad to grow as we enter the year with a healthy backlog and a  dedicated staff.

    Whether you have been an employee with Triad for years or are new to us this year, I would like to personally thank you for all your effort in a year where we have experienced historical levels of workload.  As an ESOP, the success and value of Triad is built on the determination and dedication of our employees.  Thank you for your tireless efforts this past year.

    During 2022 I was proud to see how quickly we adapted to new challenges and how our groups worked so closely together across practice lines, offices, and regions to make the most of every opportunity.

    Over the past year, you’ve all demonstrated over and over again our strengths as a company, and you have made clear that when it comes to Triad, the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. This is because we are an ambitious team that sets high standards and works hard to achieve them.

    Thank you once again for being on the Triad Team in 2022, and we look forward to even more success in 2023.



    By:Triad Engineering

    Triad’s Safety Employee of the Month:  January

    This month, we would like to recognize Tony Miller, Hagerstown QC Practice Leader, as our safety person of the month. Tony has been spending many hours in the field lately especially along I-81. This project is in the final stages and the majority of the traffic control has been removed. Tony has had to be extra cautious completing the testing by positioning his vehicle in protective positions and being as visible as possible. Tony has also encouraged the contractor to be as efficient as possible to reduce the amount of time spent along the interstate. Additionally, Tony is constantly encouraging and reminding his staff of QC Technicians to be safe and to wear the proper PPE.


    By:Triad Engineering

    Triad’s Safety Employee of the Month:  December

    Allen “Buddy” Goff, Survey Party Chief in the Morgantown office, has been selected as the December Triad Safety Employee of the Month. Buddy has worked in the construction industry for over twenty years.  He has been involved in a variety of projects with all of our departments. Following OSHA and MSHA regulations and guidelines is an extensive part of his work ethic. As a survey crew leader, he also stays aware of his surroundings, potential hazards, and terrain, wears the appropriate PPE, follows safe work practices, and provides safe solutions to problems that arise in the field. Thank you for all your hard work, devotion to safety, and dedication to Triad.


    By:Triad Engineering

    Triad’s Safety Employee of the Month:  November

    Triad’s Safety Employee for November is Anders Bush.  Anders has been a tremendous asset to Triad’s safety program and the entire company during the COVID-19 Pandemic. He initiated Triad’s COVID-19 Safety Program in March, 2020 and has been instrumental in keeping Triad’s guidelines and policies up to date with CDC, WHO, and OSHA guidelines. Anders has also provided the majority of the COVID-19 Readiness Report articles for Triad’s weekly internal newsletter.

  • Geotechnical Engineering Manager Raymond Strother to lead Triad’s Shenandoah Valley Regional Offices

    By:Triad Engineering

    R.J. Strother, PE

    (November 18, 2020) – Triad Engineering, Inc. (Triad) is pleased to announce that Raymond (RJ) Strother, II, PE, has been promoted to Regional Manager for the Shenandoah Valley Region, which includes office locations in Winchester and Sterling, Virginia. In a combined role, RJ will continue to lead the Geotechnical Engineering Department. RJ graduated from West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering and is a Registered Professional Civil Engineer in Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia. RJ has been with the firm for over 13 years and has worked in many roles with Triad.

    R.J. was born and raised in Winchester and has been working in Triad’s Winchester office since graduating from WVU. R.J. began his engineering career as a Staff Engineer, progressed to Senior Engineer and then Geotechnical Practice Leader in 2015. Mr. Strother serves on Triad’s Board of Directors. He is passionate about building and fostering strong client relationships that will continue to contribute to the growth of his community and finds great satisfaction being directly involved with the strategic planning for Triad’s future and mentoring new staff members.

    Former Shenandoah Valley Regional Manager, Randy Moulton, PE, will remain with Triad and dedicate his time to his corporate role as Principal Engineer. “RJ has shown tremendous growth as a leader and manager over the past several years, and he has demonstrated outstanding commitment to Triad’s clients. He has embraced this new position, and I would expect him to continue providing excellent services in this region,” said Randy. As Randy will continue to serve in his corporate role, a seamless transition is expected for RJ moving into this new leadership position.