Expecting More Work, Crafton Tull Hires 2 in Rogers

Expecting More Work, Crafton Tull Hires 2 in Rogers
Thomas Hennelly and Jerry Morrow of Crafton Tull in Rogers.

Crafton Tull of Rogers, one of the largest engineering firms in the state, has hired two project managers for its Rogers’ office.

Thomas Hennelly, a former Marine, is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Society of American Military Engineers. Jerry Morrow, also a former Marine who served in Vietnam, has 32 years of engineer experience. 

Crafton Tull hired the two because of expected rise in construction work in northwest Arkansas. Both men are native Arkansans with bachelor degrees in civil engineers from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville; Hennelly was raised in Little Rock and lives in Goshen, and Morrow is a Fort Smith native.

"Crafton Tull is passionate about community involvement, and we feel our new team members share that passion," said company CEO Matt Crafton in a news release.