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March 22, 2023
Jeff Peacock, PE, has been appointed as chair of Parametrix's Board of Directors. He recently transitioned from chief executive officer, a position he held for 15 years, to executive advisor, supporting strategic growth and mergers and acquisitions. Parametrix announced the selection of John Willis as the new CEO earlier this year.
Peacock joined Parametrix in 1990 and has played a key role in developing the company's transportation practice, including projects such as the SR 520 Floating Bridge, the SR 3/SR 304 Gorst to Bremerton Ferry Terminal project, the US 101 Coastal Corridor, and many others.
He served as president and chief executive officer from 2008 through 2022, during which time he led the firm through the great recession and the COVID-19 pandemic, including the transition to remote and hybrid work. Under his leadership, the firm expanded to five new states. In 2018, he was named Engineer of the Year by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Washington.
He succeeds Parametrix founder, Waite Dalrymple, as chair of the board. Dalrymple has served as chair of the board for nearly 30 years. He will continue to serve on the board. Parametrix's Board of Directors includes eight members, six of which are external to the company, who are responsible for guiding the firm's long-term vision.