The Player to be Named Later

Those of you in have been in contact with Mark Scacco and me know that we’ve been working to expand the EE team. It’s an understatement of the highest order to say that I’m pleased to make this announcement.

Dana Probert, EIT has joined the Engineered Efficiency Inc. team. In addition to serving her existing clients through our partner, Cadapult, she will be working to expand the EE client base in the her area and across the US. We think that her addition to the EE team strenghtens our place as leading consultants in Civil 3D training and implemenation, as well as expanding the resources available to all of our existing and future clients. Her experience and inate ability to make software sing is an invaluable addition to Engineered Efficiency.

A little more information about Dana:

Dana received her BSCE from Georgia Tech in 1998. Since then she has worked for consulting engineers in the US and Canada doing a variety of civil projects from large planned residential communities, small subdivisions, commercial site design, stormwater management, road design, sanitary sewer networks, stream restoration projects, and municipal GIS. For most of this work, she has used AutoCAD based products, including Land Desktop, Civil Design, Raster Design, Autodesk Map, and Civil 3D.


Dana began instructing users Civil 3D in October 2004, and since then has used Civil 3D herself for design of subdivision layout, road design, grading, stormwater management and utility projects. In addition to her own design work, Dana has been working closely as a team member with several firms on their Civil 3D pilot projects and implementation plans, and taught many Civil 3D training classes.

Welcome to Engineered Efficiency, Dana.


  1. John Postlewait says:

    Welcome, indeed.
    Just remember the beer cans stay on the Christmas Tree.

    John Postlewait
    IS Department
    George Butler Associates, Inc.

  2. JohnF261 says:

    Dana ROCKS! Congratulations EE.