Client Spotlight

J.M. Teague is pleased to share Advantage Civil Engineering, (ACE) as this month’s Client Spotlight. We are always happy to work with the team at ACE; they are colleagues, partners, and friends. Asheville-based ACE gladly serves clients across Western North Carolina. Most communities in WNC have benefited from an ACE design. Their creative, innovative, and upbeat engineers and designers focus on user-friendly, cost-effective, low-impact designs. ACE uses a comprehensive design approach to exceed client expectations and enhance the built environment. Their commitment to quality is the foundation of maintaining their long-standing client and consultant relationships. ACE delivers high-quality, creative designs, plans, and specifications on time and on budget.

Relationships make companies. ACE works hard to secure and sustain strong relationships with community leaders across the State. Clients, reviewers, and residents benefit from ACE’s relational approach and trust their work. When you work with ACE you work with leaders committed to you, your success, and your community. 

While based in Asheville, ACE happily serves engineering clients in and around Western North Carolina with the most experience in and around Buncombe County, Henderson County, Jackson County, McDowell County, Transylvania County, and Madison County. ACE is experienced with civil engineering planning, permitting, and design in Asheville, Weaverville, Woodfin, Black Mountain, Mills Gap, Township of Limestone, Fletcher, Hendersonville, Waynesville, Boone, Sapphire, Highlands, Cashiers, Brevard, Marion, Mars Hill, Marshall, Hot Springs, Sylva, Cullowhee, and Cherokee.

Mike Lovoy, PE

Office: 828-545-5393

Click here for ACE Website

WNC Construction Career Days

Presented by Vannoy Construction

This years WNC Construction Career Days plans are for 1,000 high school students from 16 western counties to engage in the construction & trades industry through hands on demonstrations offered by the businesses in attendance.  

Here is a brief clip from John Anglin with Young & McQueen discussing this career day highlighting the construction & trades industry.

Setup will be on April 29th and the career days are the mornings of April 30th and May 1st at the Smoky Mountain Event Center (formerly the Haywood County Fairgrounds).  

Since the event is situated near the end of the school year, it is also an opportunity to talk to graduating seniors about jobs that may be available with your company.

Registration is free, but space is filling up Registration Link

If you have any difficulty registering, please contact Marc Czarnecki at