Daniel began his career in structural engineering upon graduation from Clemson University. He served as a lead structural engineer and department group leader before moving into project management and leading large capital projects. His focus has been on EPC fast-track execution, project delivery, global workshare, continuous improvement, and innovative project tools and systems. His leadership has contributed to the successful execution of projects up to $300 million with teams of up to 50 professionals serving global customers. His experience includes project management, procurement and subcontract management, department group leadership, and structural engineering excellence. He is a licensed professional engineer (PE) and structural engineer (SE) from coast to coast. Daniel is passionate about providing first-class service to our customers and building successful teams. Drive, communication, organization, and project delivery excellence are key attributes that he provides his clients, project teams, and Isomer Project Group, where he is a partner of the company.
Daniel met his wife Laura at Clemson, where they both studied structural engineering. After working together for several years, Laura now stays at home with their three young children and leverages her strength for the family and community. You’ll often find the Deery family hiking, riding bikes on the Swamp Rabbit Trail, spending the day in Clemson, or serving at Grace Church. Daniel enjoys coffee, fellowship, playing guitar, and spending time outside - whether it be running, biking, hiking, or skiing. Like his partners, Daniel is an avid Clemson sports fan.
This effort included the detailed design, procurement, and construction management for a $150 million plant to produce Omega-3 fatty acids from micro algae for the animal nutrition industry.
Detailed design, procurement, and construction support for a $300 million brownfield, 100% recycled (OCC) linerboard machine installation to produce premium and back ply liner.
Detailed design and structural dynamics engineering evaluation to analyze an existing paper machine dryer section for an unbalance issue at an existing facility.
Detailed design and engineering services for a $45 million containerboard machine rebuild project at an existing facility featuring a new shoe press and an iTable to replace the existing top-wire former.
Detailed design and structural dynamics engineering evaluation to analyze a 4000-hp existing power plant ID fan for an unbalance issue at an existing facility.