George, Miles & Buhr, LLC (GMB) is pleased to welcome the following five new employees to our Salisbury office.
Dean Culver joins George, Miles & Buhr as a Resident Project Representative (RPR). Dean comes to GMB with over 13 years of prior experience as a RPR. He has worked on numerous water/wastewater infrastructure projects including treatment facilities, transmission and distribution systems. Dean will be serving as RFP for a new water distribution system beginning construction shortly near Fruitland, Maryland.
Griffin Baier-Anderson joins GMB as an Engineer in the Water / Wastewater Group in Salisbury. He is a recent graduate of Virginia Tech, where he studied Civil and Environmental Engineering. Griffin is a native of Huntingtown, Maryland.
The firm also welcomes Matt Auchey as an Architect. Matt received a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from Temple University and is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from York College of Pennsylvania. He is a Licensed Architect in Pennsylvania and a LEED® Accredited Professional. Matt recently moved to Salisbury from York, PA, and will be obtaining his Maryland Architect license.
Andrew Lyons, Sr. has transitioned into a full-time RPR with GMB, after joining the firm part-time in 2013. He has over 35 years of construction industry experience, having served as project superintendent, building inspector and RPR. Andy will be serving as RPR for the construction of a water tower located near Fruitland, Maryland.
Lawton Myrick recently returned to GMB, having originally joined the firm in 2004. He is a Landscape Designer in the Site / Sustainable Design Group, and is responsible for land planning, development plats, site plan layouts, and master plan renderings.