Year Inducted / Awarded: 2012
Member Award: Academy of Distinguished Engineers
Janet Daniels is President of Daniels & Associates, P.C. in Virginia. Ms. Daniels is an entrepreneur who founded her engineering firm specializing in structural engineering design and analysis, construction management and inspections for commercial, institutional and municipal entities. Among her most high profile projects are the $162 million expansion of the Richmond Convention Center, construction of the $59 million VCU Gateway Hospital and $30 million VCU Massey Cancer Center, and the $17 million Virginia State University Science & Technology Center. She is a licensed Professional Engineer in three states and has held leadership positions with the Leadership Metro Richmond, and the Central Region for the American Council of Engineering Companies of Virginia, as well as serving a term on the state’s licensing board by appointment of Governor Wilder. Ms. Daniels also earned a B.A. from Fairfield University with a concentration in math. Ms. Daniels is among the early African American women to graduate from the School of Engineering.