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Joe Sullivan has joined the RJN team as project & field manager
In light of an increased project load for RJN Group Inc.’s (RJN) Central Operations, a new project manager and field manager, Joe Sullivan, has been added to the team. His responsibilities in this role include business development and project management duties for SSES (sewer system evaluation study) projects, flow monitoring, manhole rehabilitation, sewer cured-in-place pipelining (CIPP) and field services.
Sullivan holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies from Northland College, located in Ashland, Wis. Previously, Sullivan held the position of project manager at Robinson Eng. for nine years. He has more than 23 years of experience in the sewer industry and holds a Collection System Operator Certification with the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency and a Pipeline Assessment Certification Program Certification.
Sullivan is currently working on RJN projects located in the city of West Chicago, city of Batavia, Ill., Wood Dale, Ill., Wheaton, Ill., Lake County,Ill., and Burlington, Iowa.
Sullivan resides in Woodridge, Ill., and is involved in the community with his two children. He coaches baseball for the Woodridge Park District.