PS&S, a Warren-based architecture, engineering and environmental consulting firm, announced several key hires, including the addition of Harry “Ted” Osborne to a key position on its senior management committee as senior director of the company’s Building Services Group. He will report to president and CEO John Sartor.
PS&S, a Warren-based architecture, engineering and environmental consulting firm, announced several key hires Monday, including the addition of Harry “Ted” Osborne to a key position on its senior management committee as senior director of the company’s Building Services Group. He will report to president and CEO John Sartor.
In addition, Steven Ewing, Russell Cipolla and Bill Schneider have joined the company as senior directors reporting to Joseph Fleming, first executive vice president of PS&S Land Services Group.
“Ted, Russell, Steve, and Bill bring tremendous knowledge, skills and experiences from successful organizations across multiple sectors,” Sartor said in a statement. “These key hires exemplify our commitment to be the best partner and support our clients strategically with innovation, technical excellence and unparalleled integrity using the most knowledgeable experts in the industry.”
Based in Warren, Osborne brings 40 years of architectural design and planning experience to the Building Services Group, which, according to the company, works collaboratively with the Land Services Group to provide strategically targeted solutions to clients across all aspects of design and engineering, including civil engineering, permitting and survey work.
Prior to joining the company, Osborne was at Gannett Fleming. Throughout his career, he has worked on projects for such state entities as New Jersey’s Department of Treasury, Department of Transportation, Turnpike Authority; Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission; and New York State Thruway Authority.
Based in Cherry Hill, Cipolla will head up the new bridges and roads division in the Land Services Group, where he brings more than 30 years of experience in planning, design, construction and project management.
Ewing has more than 40 years’ experience working with regulatory agencies to help clients expedite their environmental needs. He is based in Atlantic City.
Schneider, who works out of PS&S’ Yonkers, N.Y., office, is a professional civil engineer who brings over 30 years of experience to a wide variety of projects including major redevelopments throughout Westchester County.