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Congratulations to Thomas Condrey, LS who is celebrating 25 years of continuous service.  If you include his prior stint with us, he has over 28 years with Brockenbrough and is one of our longest serving employees. When asked about his time at Brockenbrough, Thomas noted, “As...

Brockenbrough was recognized in July as an exclusive member of the 2018 Circle of Excellence by PSMJ.  PSMJ Resources, Inc. is the world’s leading authority on the effective management of architecture, engineering, and construction firms, and its Circle of Excellence is used to highlight successfully...

Bob Polino has joined our firm as Director of Operations.  Bob has over 25 years of engineering experience and has been managing projects and leading global teams for the past 20 years.  He has a Bachelors in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Penn State University...

Sarah Bettinger, PE has joined Brockenbrough as a Structural Engineer. Sarah has five years of experience in structural consulting and building design and has worked on projects throughout the Southeast and Midwest. She has Bachelor’s degrees in Physics and Civil Engineering from Rhodes College and...

Kimberly Thelen, PE has joined our firm as an electrical engineer.   Kim has over 20 years of experience with electrical utility distribution systems, commercial building electrical design, heavy equipment electrical systems and harness design, as well as 10 years of project management and personnel supervision. ...

Brockenbrough has kicked off their 2017 community service project at the Virginia Home for Boys and Girls (VHBG).  VHBG would like to upgrade their dining hall and kitchen in hopes of starting a culinary program to include in their Career and Technical Education curriculum.  Brockenbrough...

Carolyn B. Langelotti, PE, was elected a Fellow with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). ASCE Fellows have made celebrated contributions and developed creative solutions that change lives around the world. It is a prestigious honor held by fewer than 3.5% of ASCE members. ...