Price, Daniels Assume Evergreen CEO Roles

Evergreen Engineering announces the transition of its company leadership from President Gordon Yutzy to existing principals and partners, Justin Price and Danielle Daniels.

Yutzy, who has served as president since 2009, will continue to serve as a principal and liaison for his longstanding clients as he prepares for retirement in the coming year.

EvergreenJustin Price, a longtime Evergreen principal, will serve as Evergreen’s new co-Chief Executive Officer. Price began his career in the wood products industry more than 30 years ago and most recently served as Evergreen’s Director of Project Management.

“Evergreen has a culture defined by our mission statement, to move our client’s vision to reality,” Price comments. “We remain committed to being an organization marked by high energy, a strong performance orientation, and confidence in our continued success.”

EvergreenDanielle Daniels will join Justin as co-CEO. She has led the Evergreen office management team as Director of Operations and Finance since 2014. Her career in the engineering world has spanned the better part of 20 years, providing leadership in an accounting and human resources capacity. Her role will encompass both, while her experience in managing these departments will bolster the CEO position.




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