GBA Expands Staff
Lenexa, Kan.(October 29, 2015) – GBA is pleased to announce our newest hires:
|Ron Mays, joins the Critical Facilities Group where he brings engineering experience that spans over 24 years. His expertise includes over 19 years’ experience providing high deliverable mission critical solutions for telecommunications and data center facilities, including facility master planning, HVAC and electrical facility audits and high efficiency HVAC solutions.|
|Tom Nevins, PE joins the Water Environment Group as a senior water/wastewater engineer and project manager. He has over 30 years of consulting engineer experience as project engineer and manager for the study, design, and construction phases of municipal water and wastewater system improvement projects. These projects included supply, treatment, pumping, pipeline, and storage facilities.|
|Laurie Cybulski is the new Corporate Recruiter/HR Generalist where she is responsible for talent acquisition and retention to include college recruiting. Additionally, Laurie manages all aspects of employee relations, workplace engagement and benefits. She brings with her over 10 years of HR experience. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Human Resources from Texas A&M.|
|Ann Melton joins GBA as a Market Development Manager responsible for strategic marketing and business development for the firm’s Life Sciences, Critical Facilities and Civil/Site Groups. In this position she helps in the efforts to strategically position the groups in their key markets, including associated branding and marketing. She received her Bachelor of Science in marketing from Missouri State University and her MBA from Avila University.|
About GBA Architects and Engineers
GBA provides innovative, sustainable solutions for water resources and environmental, building, civil/site development, land planning, municipal engineering, surveying, and transportation projects. Founded in 1969, the firm has a staff of approximately 200 today with headquarters in Lenexa, Kan., and offices in Kansas City, Chesterfield, and O’Fallon in Missouri, Omaha, Neb., Broomfield, Col., and Rock Island, Ill.