Eberly & Associates has announced that after 44 years of serving the civil engineering profession and 30 years with the firm, Greg Delaney is retiring on January 1, 2018.
Upon his arrival to the young firm, Greg immediately began developing engineering and design standards, management, production, budgeting and quality control systems that have been tweaked and improved over the years into “The Eberly Way”. His in-depth engineering knowledge and thoughtful, systematic approach make him one of the best technical experts in the field.
Kevin Edwards and Scott Gardner will continue in their roles with Client Service and Internal Operations roles respectively. Brian Brumfield will succeed Greg in his roles as Chief Financial Officer and Quality Control Manager. Jeremiah Phillips will lead the Education Sector, and Wesley Reed the Healthcare Sector.
Greg has been a mentor and role model for those who will succeed him in the corporate leadership and project management roles. “All of these Senior Leaders have been with the firm for from 10 years to 25 years and are well trained and capable of taking the company to a new level in their expanded roles,” states Delaney.
“As we begin the next chapter of the firm, we maintain our commitment to working with clients to maximize development potential in a sustainable and cost effective manner,” states Dan Eberly, President of Eberly & Associates.
Join us in congratulating Greg and wishing him a long, happy and healthy retirement at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling him at 678-287-4723.
Thank you Greg!