GMB Welcomes New and Returning Summer Interns
George, Miles & Buhr, LLC (GMB) is pleased to welcome the following new Interns for the 2015 summer season.
Collin Spurgin recently joined the Salisbury office as a summer intern with the Structural Engineering group. Collin graduated from Steinert High School in Hamilton Township, New Jersey. Collin will be starting his fifth year this fall at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey, where he is studying Civil and Environmental Engineering with a minor in GIS.
Our Salisbury Office has also welcomed Devon Hendershot as an intern for the Water/ Wastewater group. Devon is a Salisbury native and Wicomico High School graduate. She is a rising junior at the University of Maryland – College Park, and is studying Civil Engineering. Devon is an active member of the University’s Students Helping Honduras group, where she travels to Honduras during the winter months to help construct schools for the impoverished country.
Jacob Erskine has also joined GMB’s Salisbury Office as an intern, gaining experience as a Technician. Jacob is a recent graduate of James M. Bennett High School, and will be attending the University of Maryland – College Park next fall to study Civil Engineering.
Gene Wildonger is interning with the civil engineering group in GMB’s Seaford Office. Gene currently attends the University of Delaware, studying Mechanical Engineering with an Aerospace concentration. Gene graduated from Sussex Technical High School in 2014.
Kevin Prag, Ahmed Osman and Jack Sewell have returned as interns to the Salisbury Office for the summer. Kevin is currently attending the University of Maryland- Eastern Shore studying Architecture. Ahmed will attend the University of Virginia in the fall to study Civil Engineering. Jack will be attending Louisiana State University, where he will study Petroleum Engineering. Ben Hearn, an upcoming senior studying Civil Engineering at the University of Delaware, will be returning to the Seaford Office for the summer.