We’re excited to recognize four employees who have focused on our core value of continuous improvement and have been promoted – please join us in congratulating them!
Bryan Zimolka, PE, ENV SP, Senior Project Manager
Bryan has 15 years of experience providing transportation and traffic engineering design and permitting services. Since joining Nitsch in 2019, Bryan has been working with a variety of clients in both the private and public sectors, including developers, architects, the Department of Conservation and Recreation, and several cities and towns. He often serves as a mentor to others, training and mentoring other transportation engineers to efficiently complete analysis, design, and reports on schedule and within budget. Bryan’s work has been extremely important to growing our transportation planning and permitting portfolio.
Paige Blanchard, PE, LEED GA, Senior Project Engineer
Since joining Nitsch five years ago, Paige has become an integral member of the civil engineering team. She specializes in providing complex site design services from conceptual design through construction documents all over Massachusetts, particularly in the City of Boston. Her recent experience includes a number of housing projects, including the award-winning Clippership Wharf project in East Boston, as well as projects at Harvard University and Boston College.
Kelsey Kern, EIT, LEED AP, Senior Planning Project Designer
Kelsey has leveraged her combined civil engineering and landscape architecture background to drive resilient designs for clients such as the Boston Water and Sewer Commission, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and Princeton University.
Tim Shea, EIT, Senior Civil Project Designer
Over the past three years, Tim has grown to be a key civil engineering site designer on projects at Princeton University, UMass Amherst, and Amherst College, among others.