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Leadership Change at Collaborative Engineering Group

Published 1/19/2017 by Kaycee Sandoval

While 2017 is expected to be an exciting year for CEG, Brad Boyer has decided to retire from the consulting engineering business. He will be focusing on his other business, Lone Star Prestress Manufacturing, Inc. Brad will continue to lend his electrical engineering expertise to CEG by providing continuing education and training seminars. 

With Brad’s departure, Collaborative Engineering Group welcomes a new Partner, Andy Solberg. Andy joined CEG in 2016 and brings over twenty years of experience in the MEP industry on a large variety of projects, specializing in healthcare and laboratory systems. A Rice University graduate with both Mechanical Engineering and Physics degrees, Andy currently coordinates all engineering disciplines for CEG as Vice President of Engineering. 

Throughout his career Andy has worked on numerous high profile projects for Texas Children’s Hospital, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Methodist Hospital, UTMB and VA Temple. He is a LEED accredited professional who is a member of ASHRAE, ASPE and HAAHE. 

Andy joins the other founding partners, President Lisa Osborne and Executive Vice President Kristin Rickett. Lisa has over 30 years of experience as a Mechanical Engineer and Project Manager and has established CEG as a go-to firm for numerous clients. With over 25 years of administrative experience in the MEP Consulting Engineering industry, Kristin serves as the Chief Operations Officer focusing on Business Development and Client Relations. 

Lisa notes that “It’s been an extremely challenging yet rewarding six years, growing the firm from just two full-time employees to 26 strong. While we will certainly miss Brad, we are excited about what Andy brings to the table as a partner and look forward to continuing to provide our clients with the superior design work and service they’ve come to expect.”

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