CJS Conveyance, PLLC was established to provide public and private customers with innovative solutions to their water and wastewater engineering challenges, with the future in mind. At CJS Conveyance we are committed to providing exemplary customer service and establishing a team approach with each project. Our company founders bring over fifty years of combined experience in the water and wastewater engineering field and have built a reputation for delivering reliable and consistent engineering expertise with a focus on client satisfaction. The founders have combined their knowledge and diverse set of skills for the benefit of CJS Conveyance and our customers. At CJS Conveyance, it is our mission to provide engineering solutions that exceed our customer’s expectations and build long-term relationships that will enable us to work together for the safety and well-being of our communities, now and in the future.
To cost-effectively develop and implement creative, practical engineering solutions while providing superior customer service.
To develop sustainable engineering solutions that will serve our communities today and into the future.
- Customer Satisfaction
- Continuous Improvement
- Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability
- Life Balance
Chris was born in Raleigh, North Carolina and has lived in North Carolina all of his life. He takes pride in serving customers throughout the state and being a part of improving the state's infrastructure. He has been a professional engineer since 2004 and is licensed in North Carolina and Virginia. He is married with two children and lives in Cary, NC. His personal interest include outdoor activities, family time, volunteering, attending concerts and sporting events, and going on vacation.
Chris has spent his 18 years in engineering serving public and private customers with a focus in water and wastewater conveyance system projects. He has spent nearly equal amount of time on water and wastewater project work with a focus on preliminary engineering studies, pipeline and pump station design, and construction administration services. He has managed projects for many customers, serving as the client manager and engineering manager. His project management experience includes several large water and wastewater projects spanning from large diameter gravity sewer interceptors to water treatment plants and regional water supply systems. Chris is accustomed to managing projects from the initiation stage to completion of construction and project closeout.
Born in Wilmington, Jeremy has lived in North Carolina his entire life. He is a NC State University graduate and has put his engineering degree to use serving numerous clients across the state. He has been a professional engineer since 2004. He is married with two children and lives in Raleigh, NC. His personal interests include outdoor activities, family time, hunting, fishing, volunteering, attending concerts and sporting events, and going on vacation.
His 18 years in engineering have been focused on serving public and private clients with an emphasis on water and wastewater conveyance system projects. His water and wastewater project work has involved both large and small diameter pipeline design and construction, elevated tank projects, water and gravity sewer replacements, and reuse distribution system development. He has managed projects for numerous owners, serving as the client lead and engineering manager. Jeremy has lead projects in both rural and urban settings, with extensive permitting and regulatory approval requirements, and has managed these projects from initialization through project construction. He has extensive experience providing construction administration services, thus ensuring projects are completed as envisioned.
Stephen was born in Wilmington, North Carolina and has lived in North Carolina most of his life. He is a proud NC State University graduate and avid Wolfpack fan. He has utilized his engineering degree by serving clients across the state and throughout the country and has been a registered professional engineer since 2004. He is married with two sons and lives in Fuquay-Varina, NC where much of his free time is spent shuttling his kids to their various soccer engagements. His personal interests include live music, hanging out with family and friends, basketball, and travel with his wife and kids.
Stephen has spent 18 years in the engineering field serving public and private customers with a focus on water and wastewater conveyance system projects. His expertise includes all phases of planning, design and construction related to pipelines up to 96-inch in diameter, elevated storage tanks, and water and wastewater pumping stations. He has worked for clients throughout the state as well as the country and brings a detailed and personable approach to his projects. As an avid reader and inquisitive individual he enjoys both the big picture planning aspects of a project while also appreciating digging in to the details along with researching and understanding new approaches to all problems.
Joey has spent 16 years in the engineering field serving public and private customers with an emphasis on water and wastewater conveyance system projects. His expertise includes all phases of design related to both large and small diameter pipeline, elevated tank projects, water and gravity sewer replacements, and reuse distribution system development. He has lead the development of a significant number of conveyance design projects including nearly every entity in the triangle area and many more throughout the state of North Carolina. He is proficient in Autodesk Civil 3D as well as Bentley Microstation.
Born in Raleigh, Ben has always called North Carolina home. He is a graduate of NC State University’s Environmental Engineering degree program. He has been an Engineering Intern since 2011. Ben enjoys attending concerts and sporting events, cooking, hiking, working on home improvement projects, and traveling.
Ben has six years of experience working for local municipalities in the civil engineering field with most of that time spent in the water and wastewater field. He has reviewed and permitted the water and sewer lines for public infrastructure and private development projects of all sizes. He has been involved with projects ranging from single commercial buildings to large residential subdivisions to miles of public water and sewer lines ranging in size from 6” to 36”.