Jeff Killingsworth is a man of few words. When he accepted the position of General Manager of Paragon Engineering Consultants, Inc., he knew that words weren’t what mattered- actions were.
Luckily, Killingsworth has been a man of action for his entire career. It is a career that has yielded amazing results and several projects to be proud of.
Likewise, Paragon Engineering and its sister company, Western Heritage Consulting and Engineering have yielded results to be proud of as well. Western Heritage started in 2011, with Ryan Altenburg as the Principal Engineer and Rikki Altenburg as the Project Coordinator. The two made for a great team and, after a strategic career move brought them to Casper, WY, they put down roots and expanded their business, which led to the acquisition of Paragon Engineering, a Colorado-based engineering firm.
Jeff Killingsworth was recently named the new GM of Paragon, and he could not be more excited to partner with Ryan and Rikki.
“I met with Ryan and Rikki and it seemed like a good fit,” Killingsworth said. “I like the family-style culture of this company. You’ve got to wear a lot of hats when you’re a smaller company and you’ve got to take on a much larger role. It takes a pretty unique, smart staff to be able to do that, to be able to change gears when you have to.”
Jeff knows how essential it is to be adaptive, pragmatic, innovative and honest when it comes to meeting the needs of clients. That’s why he’s an excellent fit for Paragon and it’s why he will be a strong leader in the years to come.
“We’re going to do the best job we can to keep your projects on budget and give you the best service that we can as an office,” he stated. “We strive for that and I’ve always strived for that.”
Jeff understands how important honesty and integrity are when it comes to project development. He’s not going to waste much time saying what Paragon Engineering and Western Heritage Consulting and Engineering can do; our actions speak louder than words.
“We want to give confidence to the client that we’re going to do what we say and the end product is really going to speak for itself,” he said. “We’re going to meet our deadlines, our goals and our budgets.”