PBS&J staff

Anthony Lorenzi, Charisse Griffith, Nathan James, Alan King and John Cash have joined the Reno staff of PBS&J, engineering-construction services and program management consulting firm.

Lorenzi, a professional engineer, will work as a project manager. He has nine years experience in civil engineering and pavement management.

He earned a master's degree in civil engineering with emphasis in pavement materials design and a bachelor of science in civil engineering from the University of Nevada, Reno.

Griffith was hired as a senior field representative. She has 18 years of construction experience.

James, who will work as a CADD technician, has eight years of drafting experience.

He earned an associate's degree in drafting from the University Technical Institute and an associate's degree in biology and general studies from Western Nevada College.

King, who was hired as a senior survey technician, has nine years of surveying and mapping experience.

He earned a master's degree in geology from the University of Hawaii, Manoa, and bachelor's degree in geology from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Cash, who will work for the firm as a survey technician, has 34 years of surveying experience. He is a registered land surveyor in Nevada.


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