With the addition of Noble Consultants’ offices in Irvine and Novato, CA, the acquisition also significantly extends GEC’s national reach. will continue to serve as President of Noble Consultants overseeing the California operations while taking a large role in expanding GEC’s coastal client base.
GEC will continue to run the California operations as Noble Consultants. E., GEC’s Chief Operating Officer, said, “This acquisition is a key element in GEC’s strategy to become a more comprehensive coastal firm and to fully participate in coastal restoration activities in Louisiana and the coastal arena nation-wide.” Ronald M. Noble Consultants brings to GEC over 40 years of national and international experience providing a wide array of engineering services on shoreline and other marine projects.
He was awarded the US Army Corps of Engineers Researcher of the Year for 2017. “With a resurgence of aviation work around the country, GEC is committed to providing our clients with the industry’s top talent and expertise.
Marino is a vital addition toward that mission.” said Robert Boagni, GEC President and Chief Executive Officer.
Some of the larger pumps will be designed as variable speed pumps.His last position held at DOTD was Chief of the Project Development Division; therefore he offers valuable knowledge in the transportation field. We are confident that he will apply the same management skills to the entire corporate engineering efforts and yield the same results for our clients.He has also gained considerable experience with federal and public works programs through GEC’s post-Katrina work for the U. GEC was selected by the City of Baton Rouge/Parish of East Baton Rouge Engineers Selection Committee on October 27th to design the Multiple Pump Stations, Highway 61 – Plank Road wastewater project.GEC announced that it is creating an Infrastructure Management Division focused on seeking and managing large-scale projects, teams, and partnerships. As Deputy Director for Project Development for the Transportation Infrastructure Model for Economic Development (TIMED) program, Mr.Meyers managed the pre-construction activities for the highway portion of the billion improvement program, which included widening 536 miles of state highways to four lanes on 11 project corridors, widening and/or new construction on three major bridges and improvements to both the Port of New Orleans and Louis Armstrong International Airport. Meyers will select a strong program manager to utilize GEC’s various divisions and subconsultants to perform the work.He is GEC’s expert in the USACE and its planning and project implementation process.