James White Retires from Engineering Firm

James White

Danvers, MA – Hancock Associates announced that James White, PE has retired from H.W. Moore, the firm’s Boston division.

White joined H.W. Moore in 1978. He worked primarily on private sector projects and developed relationships with many of the real estate developers and architects in the Boston area. Over the years, he also worked on numerous public sector roadway and municipal building projects and became a trusted peer review consultant for several area planning departments, according to the firm’s representatives.

“It is difficult to find a municipality in Eastern Massachusetts where Jim did not leave his imprint,” said H.W. Moore senior project manager, Fred Keylor. “He will be greatly missed by his loyal clientele and even more so by his H.W. Moore and Hancock Associates family.”