JUSTIN VEILLEUX, PE², MBA, RCDD, LEED AP BD+C

Principal / Director of Electrical, Low Voltage & Lighting

JustinVeilleaux

Mr. Veilleux has over fifteen years of electrical, low voltage, and lighting consulting design experience and is one of the youngest principals among Southern Nevada engineering firms. Justin is one of a select few engineers in Nevada with a dual PE designation in mechanical and electrical engineering. He has been with FEA Consulting Engineers for 15 years and is responsible for the electrical, low voltage and lighting engineering design on all hospitality and commercial projects at FEA.  

Justin is credited with the continued development and growth of FEA Consulting Engineers. He is currently registered and providingengineering services in 20 states. His duties include firmmanagement, standard-based electrical, low voltage, and lighting design, management of production staff, vendor evaluation, RFP management and specification distribution for applicable systems. Justin's everyday responsibilities include client relations, coordination, and design of projects from conceptual drawings tocompletion of construction drawings, as well as managing a team of designers and drafters.

Justin is currently the UNLV College of Engineering Alumni Chapter President from 2022 through end of 2023.

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 Various Publications and Articles:

Q&A: Justin Veilleux, Principal of FEA Consulting Engineers, on Industry Trends and Giving Back to the Community
 
Straight to the Top
Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering Alumnus of the Year is one of the youngest principals among Southern Nevada engineering firms.
 
Career Services Launches Rebels Forward Mentoring Program
 
UNLV Alumni Board – Engineering President
 
FEA Consulting Engineers Principal Selected to Lead UNLV College of Engineering Alumni Board
 
UNLV College of Engineering Senior Design Judge – Fall 2018
 
2019 40 Under 40: Justin Veilleux, PE, RCDD, LEED AP BD+C; 37

 

 

 

"What's nice about having an engineering degree is that everyone thinks you're smart"

- Ato Essandoh