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BMT Sets Sight on Americas Civil Infrastructure Market with New Regional Manager

BMT announces the appointment of Stephen Vaughn

5 December 2017

BMT Sets Sight on Americas Civil Infrastructure Market with New Regional Manager

BMT proudly announces the appointment of Stephen Vaughn, P.E. as Regional Manager for the Americas civil infrastructure market. Transportation Engineer by trade, Stephen joins BMT with 17 years’ experience of working on critical infrastructure projects.

Stephen spent over 15 years with a Department of Transportation and Highways in Illinois where his later years saw him work closely with local municipalities to communicate the goals, current projects and vision for the infrastructure network.  

Commenting on his new role, Stephen Vaughn says: “BMT has a strong caring culture backed up by superb technical quality and I’m excited to be part of the team.  My focus in the short term will be to build upon our existing client base, but also to look at establishing new relationships and work closely with those clients to better understand some of the complex engineering challenges they face.”

Working with engineers, architects and developers in major cities including San Francisco, New York, Chicago and Miami, BMT has a strong track record of delivering cost effective and safe design of civil engineering structures through its engineering services.

Michelle Cushion, Managing Director at BMT comments: “We’d like to welcome Stephen to our team.  Stephen is very much a people person focused on building long-lasting relationships which is a vital ingredient to long term success.  I’m confident that Stephen can play an integral role in helping us to increase our profile in the Americas.  With existing offices in Denver, Houston and New York, BMT will expand its presence in the U.S. to include Chicago where Stephen will be based.” 

Stephen is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), as well as the American Planning Association (APA).

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