Clark Agnew, P.E.

Structural Project Engineer

Clark began working at EV in 2011, relocating to Vermont from Massachusetts.  Clark is a Vermont Technical College graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in the Architectural Engineering Technology program.

Clark has experience in structural engineering, designing, 3D modeling and drafting ranging from high end homes to decorative outdoor meteor showers to firehouse renovations.

Clark’s recent project work includes the Elizabethtown Community Hospital Au Sable Forks Clinic in New York, Transit Center in Burlington, VT, First Year Student Housing at UVM, Burlington, VT, Vermont State House Dome Renovations, and a Balcony Rehab for Moses Ludington Hospital, Ticonderoga, NY.

What gives you the most satisfaction in your work?

We recently received a great note of appreciation on one of the projects I was involved in.  This is a great motivator, as well as being able to walk past a project you’ve been working on, seeing it take shape and become a reality.

What is your proudest accomplishment to date?

Hands down, my greatest accomplishment was catching a woodchuck by hand with a 5-gallon bucket…oh you meant work?  Well that would be studying for, taking, and passing the 16 hour SE exam.

If you had to choose a different career, what would it be?

It would be a toss-up between professional Zamboni driver and building guitars.  Everyone loves the Zamboni driver.  Building guitars was a high-school hobby that never quite got off the ground…and I was skeptical it could pay the bills.

What is your favorite project you’ve worked on?

I really enjoyed the Transit Center in Burlington, VT.  There was a lot of program to fit into the site, and I really enjoyed getting the nitty gritty details worked out with the rest of the project team.