Clayton Chabannes, P.E. Joins CORE Consultants

April 16, 2020 – Littleton, CO – CORE Consultants, Inc. (CORE), a Colorado-based civil engineering, natural resources, land surveying, and development services firm, is pleased to announce that they hired Clayton Chabannes, P.E. as their new operations manager.

Clayton has more than 15 years of experience in civil engineering and operations management in high-growth environments. He attended Texas A&M University and holds Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Civil Engineering with a certificate in Business. At CORE, Clayton will oversee day-to-day operations and play a critical role in helping the firm to grow, scale, and diversify their business.

“CORE has experienced exponential growth over the past six years and hiring an experienced operations manager was essential for creating stability and efficiency in our business,” said Blake Calvert, President and CEO of CORE Consultants. “We’re excited to have Clayton on board. He exemplifies our culture and values and will be an important player in our growth strategy.”

CORE anticipates continued growth through 2020. Late last year, the firm opened an office in Winter Park and added a development services team. The Colorado start-up has been consistently recognized for its growth and outstanding work environment over the past six years by Inc. Magazine, Zweig Group, The Denver Post, and Denver Business Journal.

About CORE Consultants, Inc.: CORE Consultants, Inc. (CORE) is a professional services firm based in Littleton, Colorado offering civil engineering, natural resources, land surveying, and development services. The team specializes in land development, energy, and public infrastructure projects. founded in 2014, CORE has created a unique culture that empowers our people to thrive at home, at work, and in their community. Their focus on balance has resulted in happy employees, happy clients, and successful communities. To learn more about CORE, visit CoreCivil.com.

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