Jack Daly

Experience SummaryMr. Jack M. Daly, Executive Vice President, is responsible for overall coordination of the FPT Group’s engineering and design activities. He actively reviews the status and progress of work and participates in major engineering and design decisions. Mr. Daly joined S&L in 1978 and is a licensed professional engineer and a licensed structural engineer.Since joining S&L as a structural engineer in 1978, Mr. Daly has risen steadily through the project management ranks to his current role as Director of S&L’s FPT Group. Early during his tenure with S&L, his project work encompassed structural engineering activities involving an array of power generating technologies, such as coal, natural gas and oil, cogeneration, resource recovery, and nuclear. Mr. Daly’s responsibilities then expanded to senior-level engineering, continuing through project management and direction. During the years leading up to his current executive management position, Mr. Daly served as project director for a diverse client base on a wide array of assignments. He led the efforts of various S&L project teams staffed by consultants, project managers, project engineers, and other technical support personnel, in the development of new units and retrofits of existing units across the United States. He worked closely with clients and project teams in planning and scheduling the work and in developing appropriate project control systems. This involved establishing project objectives, design parameters, and operating philosophies with significant engineering and economic implications..EducationIllinois Institute of Technology - B.S. Civil Engineering - 1978Engineering RegistrationsStructural Engineer – IllinoisProfessional Engineer – Michigan, North Dakota, Ohio, Texas, Wisconsin, WyomingCareer Timeline with S&L1978, Joined S&L1991-1995, Manager of Structural Engineering Division1995, Manager of Plant Design and Engineering Department1998, Appointed Senior Vice President and Project Director2012, Appointed Executive Vice President