WALNUT CREEK, CALIF. — Brown and Caldwell, an environmental engineering and construction firm, has promoted Gus Hrncir to senior principal of the firm’s owner’s advisory group.
Hrncir, is an alumnus of The University of Texas at Austin, a Design-Build Professional (DBIA) and based in Brown and Caldwell’s Denver, Colo. office. He has 20 years of experience with a background in development-phase leadership and capture management of large water and environmental infrastructure projects and programs using collaborative delivery approaches.
In his new role, Hrncir will provide strategic advisory guidance to owners on maximizing the value of their procurements from project definition through RFQ/RFP development to evaluation, selection, and negotiations, indicates a release issued by the company Jan. 7. He will also offer counsel on choosing the most sustainable and cost-effective project delivery method.
He has been part of a number of award-winning collaborations including headworks improvements at Atlanta’s RM Clayton Water Reclamation Center, a new Process Water Reclamation Facility for Bush Brothers and Company (Bush’s Best Baked Beans), and combined sewer overflow enhancements for the Louisville/Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District.
“As an advocate for collaboration and building lasting relationships, Gus has consistently delivered exceptional service to our clients and partners in the municipal and private sectors,” said Brown and Caldwell CEO Rich D’Amato, in a statement.
“This promotion is a testament to Gus’ dedication to positioning Brown and Caldwell as the owner’s advisor of choice, bringing rigorous project and program leadership to the most complex water-related and environmental challenges.”