JDRM Celebrates 25 Years in Business with Logo Evolution

July 22, 2020

Twenty-five years ago, four engineers made the courageous decision to start a business: Larry Juette, Gary Driftmyer, Dan Rosenberger, and Steve Morris.  Their reputations and experience enabled JDRM Engineering to be successfully launched with a staff of 20 (+) engineers, designers, and administrative personnel. Amid the challenges of business start-up, the founders had the foresight to also put a plan in place for business continuity to the future generation of engineers and support staff.  Their initials, JDRM, continue to represent quality, respect, integrity and customer service.  As we kick off our 25th Anniversary celebration we start with thanks to Larry, Gary, Dan and Steve for putting their ‘all’, collectively and individually, into building JDRM Engineering into the organization (and family) we have become.

Additionally, special recognition is noted to all current staff members who have been with JDRM since our founding: Bill Bauman, Dave Desjardins, Tom Gerken, Andy Juette, Larry Juette, Margie Kayser, Darren Keil, Chris Lockett, Matt Steffin and Jeff Stringham.  Your continued contributions and devotion to JDRM Engineering are much appreciated.

As we celebrate our 25th Anniversary, it is extremely important to note that every member of our team is a valued part of the JDRM family.  It does indeed take a team of people to develop and deliver successful projects and customer service. We are proud to be celebrating and evolving with you.

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