Stambaugh Ness Focuses on Training for Architecture and Engineering Clients with New Hire

Stambaugh Ness Focuses on Training for Architecture and Engineering Clients with New Hire

York, Pa.-based IPA 300 firm Stambaugh Ness (FY20 net revenue of $17.8 million) has brought on Tim Wagner as director of client learning and development experience. In this new position, Wagner will develop a high-level training curriculum for clients in the firm’s recently launched architecture and engineering (AE) advisory practice.

Wagner has more than 17 years of experience in creating educational programs for project-based firms in the architecture and engineering industry. Prior to joining Stambaugh Ness, he spent several years at Deltek, most recently as the director of customer enablement, where he was primarily responsible for the creation and oversight of virtual and live training workshops for clients in the architecture and engineering and government contracting industries. Earlier in his career, Wagner served as a controller and director of finance within the architecture and engineering industry.

“The addition of Tim Wagner is significant and intentional, accelerating our desire to expand learning and development opportunities to architecture and engineering firms nationally,” says president and CEO Steven Hake. “It’s the perfect next step in our efforts to provide anticipatory solutions that help firms to be future-ready.”