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Announcing Three New Shareholders

As Nitsch continues to grow, so too does our team of employee owners. We are pleased to announce the company’s continued ownership transition, with three new shareholders: Civil Engineering Project Manager Chris Hodney, PE; Deputy Director of Structural Engineering Nathan Rosencranz, PE; and Transportation Engineering Senior Project Manager Bryan Zimolka, PE, ENV SP.

Nitsch Engineering’s Chair and CEO Lisa A. Brothers, PE, ENV SP, LEED AP BD+C said, “Employees are invited to become shareholders based on a combination of their technical competency, business development skills, strategic thinking, and leadership skills. Chris, Nathan, and Bryan have shown themselves to be invaluable members of our team, and I’m excited to welcome them to our team of shareholders who help guide the long-term growth of the company!”

About the New Shareholders

Chris Hodney, PE

Christopher Hodney

In his 12-year career as a civil engineer, Chris has focused on providing site design services for commercial and residential projects in the City of Boston, as well as large academic projects throughout eastern Massachusetts. As the result of his experience in the City of Boston, Chris has developed an in-depth understanding of how to work through the Boston Water and Sewer Commission and Public Improvement Commission permitting processes.

Nathan L. Rosencranz, PE

Nathan Rosencranz

Nathan is a structural engineer with over 17 years of experience, predominantly in bridge design and bridge construction engineering, with a specialty in solving complex problems with innovative solutions. He has a history of doing this on both Design/Bid/Build and Design/Build projects. He has extensive experience working on complex bridges and utilizing accelerated bridge construction.

Bryan Zimolka, PE, ENV SP

Bryan Zimolka

Bryan has 15 years of experience in providing transportation permitting, planning, and traffic engineering services for roadway and land development projects. He has extensive experience working with City of Boston and Commonwealth of Massachusetts agencies to guide projects through permitting, and specializes in leading the development of traffic impact studies, Transportation Access Plan Agreements, construction management plans, and temporary traffic control plans.