“The most rewarding aspect of working at GES for me has been the opportunity for continuous professional development. This has happened through training and exposure to new and diverse projects, and as a licensed PE in multiple states, I have gained experience designing solutions for a wide range of site challenges which keeps the design process interesting.”
Jenna Laube, PE
Senior Project Engineer
Jenna Laube is a Senior Project Engineer based in our Odenton, Maryland office where she oversees the design, installation, and operation of environmental remediation systems for projects across the East Coast and internationally. As a licensed professional engineer in multiple states, Jenna is engaged in a variety of challenging client assignments that demand project management skills, intimate regulatory knowledge, and constant collaboration with project team members, clients, and regulators.
Jenna joined GES in 2010 after gaining early career experience as an Environmental Restoration Manager for the US Army Environmental Command. As an engineer, it’s no surprise that Jenna enjoys being tasked with projects that take her outside of her comfort zone. One of her most memorable projects at GES was a global, third-party evaluation for a major petroleum client’s remediation systems to identify and document safe operating limits for each system. The project required extensive research and communication with system operators at sites located all over the world, helping Jenna build knowledge on remediation technologies and equipment not commonly found in the US. The results of this project demonstrated first-hand that good engineering standards and programs can translate to any country and can be applied to a range of site conditions. This experience has proven valuable as Jenna continues to support our client work outside of the US in locations like Bermuda, the Bahamas, and Mexico where regulatory and site conditions can be much different.
Growing up, Jenna envisioned a career in medicine, but now, she wouldn’t have it any other way. She attended Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore where she majored in Environmental Engineering with a concentration in Public Health. Today, Jenna maintains a professional engineering license in the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
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Growing up in a military family, Jenna has lived in six states and even spent time in Bolivia. It is clear, however, that Baltimore, Maryland is where Jenna calls home. She is an active volunteer in the community as a member of the Junior League of Baltimore, an organization committed to women’s leadership development and improving communities through the effective action of trained volunteers. She also serves as an officer for Safe House of Hope and volunteers as a trained crisis counselor for Crisis Text Line. In 2017, Jenna was selected by the United Way of Central Maryland as one of its “Philanthropic Five”, an honor awarded to five young professional leaders who are creating positive change in central Maryland. With roots strongly planted in her community, Jenna also enjoys traveling to international locations where she has the opportunity to experience and enjoy other cultures—especially when scuba diving is involved.