Preston brings strong professional skills working within the engineering industry through business development and account management, so she plans to combine her expertise to expand the Space & Treasure Coast markets for Universal Engineering.
ROCKLEDGE, Fla… Universal Engineering Sciences, Inc. (Universal) has hired Jennifer Costanza Preston as the business development representative for the Rockledge branch office that covers the Space and Treasure Coast markets of Florida. Preston has experience in business development, project management and business-to-business sales experience.
“We are excited to have someone with Jennifer’s experience to help Universal build and manage our expertise in the Space & Treasure Coast markets,” said Joe Casha, vice president of sales & marketing. “We look forward to continuing to increase our business in these markets, and her management and sales background will help us to continue this effort.”
Preston brings over 20 years of professional experience in the construction and development sectors. Before joining Universal, Jennifer worked 10 years in business development in the petroleum and aggregate industries with a concentration in the heavy/highway construction and fleet/transportation sectors. She spent the 10 years prior working in land development/construction as a senior project coordinator for a civil engineering firm and as a project manager for a land development firm, both in Stuart, FL. Originally from Louisiana, Preston relocated to Florida in 1998 and now calls the Treasure Coast area home, where she lives with her husband, Glen.
About Universal Engineering Sciences – Universal Engineering Sciences, Inc. (Universal) is a consulting engineering firm specializing in geotechnical engineering, hydrologic/geophysical, environmental sciences, construction materials testing and threshold inspection. In 2017, the family-owned company was ranked Number 210 in Engineer News-Record’s Top 500 Design Firms. Universal’s creed, as stated by its founder Seymour (Sy) Israel is whatever it takes.