Entech Engineering President, Jeffrey Euclide, Announces Retirement

Monday, June 27, 2022

Reading, PA – Jeffrey C. Euclide, PE, President of Entech Engineering, Inc. has announced plans for retirement after nearly 40 years with the company.

Euclide will be succeeded in his role as President by Robert J. Weir, PE, on September 28th, but will remain Chairman of the Board until the end of 2022.

Reflecting on his time at Entech, Euclide shared,

“Since joining the company I have found the company culture to be one that allowed me to remain engaged and challenged. I have enjoyed working with a highly talented team of professionals to grow the company from a small, start-up energy consulting firm to a professionally managed company with more than 150 employees helping clients across the country make more informed decisions. I am most satisfied that we have “sustainable leadership” where we give key employees the opportunity to develop their leadership skills so they can one day own and lead the company. Bob and I have been working closely together on my transition to retirement. I am confident Bob and the rest of our Leadership Team are ready to take Entech to continued growth and success.”

After working alongside Jeff for 15 years, fellow Principal, Lenette Wells, RA, expressed,

“Jeff’s optimism, strategic thinking, boundless energy, and willingness to experiment in changing and difficult circumstances has been the foundation of our transformation and growth throughout his presidential leadership tenure. Demonstrated in his persistence to try new things and tolerance of failures, Jeff’s approach is fueled by a vision to create a company that offers leadership opportunity and growth to all for the purpose to sustainably create and improve our built environment. ”

Incoming President Robert J. Weir, PE stated,

“Jeff has led Entech through a tremendous period of growth in recent years by keeping our team focused on our core values of commitment, trust, and quality. This has provided the firm a foundation to build long-term relationships with our clients and employees. We have been carefully planning this transition for the last few years and I am looking forward to building upon our success, providing a wonderful culture for our team to flourish, and delivering unrivaled service as we help our clients make more informed decisions.”

A Rewarding Career

Upon graduation from The Pennsylvania State University with a degree in mechanical engineering, Jeff spent several years on construction projects for Pacific Gas & Electric constructing hydroelectric pumped storage projects in California’s Sierra Nevada. In 1984, deciding to return to Pennsylvania he joined a small, fledgling consulting engineering firm located in downtown Reading, focused on energy engineering. As the company grew, Euclide became a recognized leader and owner, accepting a role as Principal in 1994. In 1998 the company founders, Tom McMahon and Bill McMahon (unrelated), retired and Jeff assumed a larger leadership role joined by fellow Principals Dan Castellani and Matt Lloyd. Euclide was named President in 2012.Under his leadership Entech has flourished. The focus on people and culture has provided the foundation for the firm to grow to more than 150 employees across seven offices and enjoy recognition as one of the top Pennsylvania Best Places to Work for the past 3 years.

A resident of Berks County, Euclide serves as President of Boy Scouts Hawk Mountain Council and a long-time board member of Berks Nature, commitments he will maintain beyond his retirement from Entech. He is excited to experience new and different challenges in retirement with Kristel, his wife of more than 35 years.

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