Paul A. Hornor, III (Trey), P.E., P.S. - Trey is a 1982 graduate of West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. He is a registered professional engineer in the states of West Virginia and Ohio and a professional surveyor in the state of West Virginia. As President of the firm, Trey is responsible for the management and oversight of most of the firm’s engineering assignments, assuring professional work and timely execution. Primary engineering activities include work associated with planning, design and project management of water, sewer and land development projects.
Thomas D. Corathers, P.E., P.S. – Tom is a 1982 graduate of Fairmont State College with a B.S.E.T. in Civil Engineering. He is a registered professional engineer in the states of West Virginia and Ohio and a professional surveyor in the State of West Virginia. As Senior Project Manager, Tom is responsible for the oversight of project specific engineering and technical design work. His primary activities include design, review and project management for gas well site development, all other land development, drainage, roadways, parking, sidewalk and paving projects. As a former survey manager for the firm, Tom also provides advice and counsel on survey relating issues as the need arises.
John W. Hornor, P.S. – John attended West Virginia University focusing on civil engineering, surveying and preparatory courses. He is a registered professional surveyor in the state of West Virginia and has worked at the firm since 1993 where he presently serves as Vice President and Survey Manager. John meets with survey clients and directs the work of the survey crews. Additionally, he performs the courthouse research, site visits, and prepares or oversees the creation of maps, plats and descriptions generated by our surveying data.
Elijah D. Meyer, E.I. – Eli is a 2015 graduate of West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. He is registered as an engineering intern in the state of West Virginia. As a project designer, Eli’s duties include the site development design for gas well sites, including earth work and embankment, drainage, erosion and sediment control and construction quantities using AutoCad and Civil 3D. Other responsibilities include hydraulic analysis for public water distribution systems and construction observation.