As of March 2, 2015, Jones-Stuckey was acquired by Pennoni, a multidisciplinary engineering science and design consulting firm. As a result, Jones-Stuckey will now do business as Jones-Stuckey, a Division of Pennoni, and in addition to offices in Columbus and Akron, will have access to locations across the East Coast. The mission – to be available and accountable to our clients - remains the same; with an expanded list of services and markets, Jones-Stuckey, a Division of Pennoni, will continue to meet the client’s needs and provide quality service. 

[We] were very pleased with Jones and Stuckey Ltd.,Inc. Design and Administration of the Sanitary and Storm Sewer System Renovation Project. There were many issues with the sanitary and storm systems...[The] city of Marysville was not going to permit the State of Ohio to construct [new]dormitories unless the sanitary issues were solved. The project was completed on time and under budget and the City of Marysville was satisfied with the new system.

Lynne Sharp, Project Manager
Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

[Jones-Stuckey's] careful consideration of the unique ecology, community, and goals of the park system made the end result a strong and aesthetically pleasing fit to the natural environment.

Alan McKnight, Planning Administrator
Columbus Recreation and Parks

Design criteria . . . required the new bridge to be designed with a high level of aesthetic quality and civic value. [This] two-span cable-stayed bridge design will be one of our office's greatest achievements in bridge design and construction, in addition to providing a new landmark to the OSU campus area.

Mark Sherman, PE
Franklin County Engineers Office

Our scope of work specifically stated the need for a structure that considered Aesthetics and some attention to innovative design. It was Jones-Stuckey's idea to investigate the cast-in-place post-tensioned approach to this job. The finished product provided a very cost competitive, attractive structure of which Union County can be proud.

Jeff Stauch, PE/PS
Union County Engineer

We have found [Jones-Stuckey] to be very responsive, creative, and,most importantly, thorough in their finished product. A small firm approach, but with a range of experience as broad as a much larger firm.

Brad Westall, Greenways Planner
Columbus Recreation and Parks

Jones-Stuckey firmly believes that being available and accountable to our clients is one of the most valuable assets we can provide. In providing quality services to our clients, our principals are directly involved with each project. Our principals often serve as Project Managers because of their technical expertise and construction knowledge.