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McFarland Johnson names director of technology

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Jason Shevrin

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — McFarland Johnson (MJ) recently created the new position of director of technology and promoted Jason Shevrin to fill it.

In this post, he will be responsible for the strategic direction and execution of the company’s future technology requirements. Shevrin is tasked with developing MJ’s sustainable strategic plan, identifying the firm’s operational and special system’s requirements, and overseeing and collaborating with MJ’s divisions and departments to implement these technologies.

As McFarland Johnson continues to pursue national expansion and generate above-industry growth, this heightened focus on the firm’s infrastructure and implementation of more efficient systems positions the company to best serve its clients, according to an MJ news release.

Shevrin will also continue to lead McFarland Johnson’s technology solutions division, InfraSolutions. He has been leading the firm’s strategic planning, solution roadmaps, and client relations, as well as overseeing a team of software engineers responsible for the development of the firm’s Dynamic Analysis suite of applications that improve client’s data-collection, forecasting, and decision-making processes in this role.

“I’m looking forward to the additional responsibilities, driving the firm’s long-term direction on developing plans for more resilient operational systems,” Shevrin said in the release. “It’s an exciting time for McFarland Johnson, and I’m proud to see the firm investing in the systems and solutions that will make a positive impact on our clients and employee owners.” 

Chad Nixon, president at McFarland Johnson, said that elevating Shevrin to director of technology will help the company to provide more efficient systems, improve internal processes, and utilize its resources more efficiently.

McFarland Johnson says it offers planning, engineering, environmental, technology, and construction services of innovative aviation, transportation, civil/facilities, and environmental projects.