HOLLYWOOD, FL--(Marketwired - Jun 23, 2014) - NV5 Holdings, Inc. (the "Company" or "NV5") (
Ms. Kasner brings nearly 25 years of experience in municipal services, focusing on civil design of capital improvement program (CIP) projects including water, sewer, and storm drain facilities; pipelines; street improvements; and site development. Her background also includes extensive levels of inventory development and condition assessment of agency assets, with projects ranging from sanitary to storm to roadway systems. Ms. Kasner has extensive experience with agencies throughout Southern California involved with flood control, development, transportation, water systems, sewer conditions, and public civil engineering. Ms. Kasner joins NV5 from Atkins North America, Inc., where she was national Public Works Sector Director responsible for $75 million of business. Prior to that role, she was Atkins' western region civil and water infrastructure practice manager.
"Carmen is a wonderful complement to the recent addition of Chief Operating Officer, Ernesto Aguilar," said Dickerson Wright, Chairman and CEO of NV5. "Her appointment will help grow our infrastructure vertical on the west coast. We are excited for the many skills Carmen brings to the table, not only as a highly qualified P.E., but also for her business acumen and ability to see NV5's strategic direction."
Ms. Kasner remarked, "Client service has always been a key aspect to my work, and in this new role I look forward to serving my local community and helping solve our region's infrastructure problems, while growing a well-established organization."
Ms. Kasner is a licensed Professional Engineer in California and Arizona, and is a member of the Society of Women Engineers and the American Public Works Association. She is past President of the San Diego Section, American Society of Civil Engineers. She received her Bachelor of Engineering, Civil Engineering, from South Dakota State University.
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