Infrastructure Engineering, Inc., a multi-disciplinary civil engineering firm based in Chicago, announced Nov. 15 the creation of its first Executive Advisory Board with corporate members and business leaders from various industries.
The advisory board has nine inaugural members, including seven external members. External members include what the company describes as nationally and internationally recognized leaders in finance, operations, governance, business development and planning, including: Vera Anderson, principal at Global Elements Consulting in Florida; David Bunge, CPA and director at Porte Brown LLC; Michael Rose, managing director of equity research at Raymond James Financial, Inc.; Robert Stevens, PhD, P.E. executive vice president at Arcadis in Texas; Andre Wallace, vice president at Exelon Corporation; Lloyd Williams, president and CEO at The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce in New York; and Marvin Wilson, CMC, founder of Performance Spectrums in Norfolk.
Infrastructure Engineering president Michael Sutton and executive vice-president Kashif Khan represent the company on the board.
Members are tasked to help the DBE/MBE-certified firm establish best practices and address business challenges at its offices in Chicago, Indianapolis, Peoria and New York. They will assist Infrastructure Engineering achieve its vision to develop new offices in the country and abroad, promoting economic development and sustaining communities.
“We’ve just augmented the strength of our current leadership. We’re bringing top executives together in pursuit of building an even stronger organization to serve our clients,” Sutton said in a statement.