Welcome to Team 360!
Even during Covid-times, we’ve been hiring new mechanical engineers. These three joined us in Fall 2020 and have been keeping busy with projects ever since. We are thrilled to have them on board!
Andrew Dihle – Project Engineer
As a Project Engineer, Andrew is responsible for conducting all associated field assessments, calculations, equipment selections, and drafting. In his time with 360 Engineering, Andrew’s projects have included schools, offices, municipal buildings, and mechanical upgrades. Andrew received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Grand Canyon University and interned at 360 Engineering for two summers before joining us full time. Andrew loves the mountains and the outdoors and explores them with his dog, Gemini. He’s always had a passion for aviation and aerospace.
Jacob Zall – Project Engineer
As a Project Engineer, Jacob is responsible for conducting all associated field assessments, calculations, equipment selections, and drafting. Jacob received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Arizona. A Colorado native, Jacob embraces the outdoors lifestyle. He enjoys going on long day hikes, skiing down the mountains, relaxing in nature, and taking his dog, Izzy, to dog parks.
James Komperud – Project Engineer II
James began his career in Washington State, where he was involved in various projects and organizations, including Young Engineers of American and ASHRAE. James is now a project engineer for 360 Engineering, working on key projects such as a new Denver Police Station. He conducts all associated fieldwork, calculations, equipment selections, and drafting. James earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Gonzaga University and is an Engineer in Training. James grew up in Boise, ID. He is a computer gamer at heart but loves football, motorcycles, and car racing!