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Ash Wins USF College of Engineering Distinguished Alumni Award

March 28, 2017

Janice (Jan) Ash, PE, has received the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of South Florida College of Engineering. The award recognizes alumni who have provided distinguished contributions to the profession, the field of engineering, the college, or society at large. Ash, manager of municipal and utilities services for our Southeast Operations, has provided… Read More »


Schreiber Laid Groundwork for Loftier Vision of Landscape Architecture

March 27, 2017

David Schreiber’s dedication to raising the professional status of landscape architects through licensure is one of many accomplishments that recently made him the worthy posthumous recipient of the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects’ 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award. The story of this tireless professional – who died in 2016 while pursuing another… Read More »


Solid Waste Award Applauds Engineer’s Safety Efforts

March 10, 2017

Erik Lietz, PE, civil engineer and solid waste expert in our Eau Claire, Wisconsin, office, was recently presented the Young Professional Award for Outstanding Service and Professionalism. The Wisconsin Badger Chapter of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) presented Lietz the award at the 2017 Wisconsin Integrated Resource Management Conference. The honor recognized the… Read More »


Saxena Hired as Southeast Operations Vice President

January 26, 2017

Jay Saxena, PE, joins Ayres Associates February 1 as vice president of Southeast Operations. He brings more than 20 years of success in engineering and business management. He will oversee our Florida offices – Jacksonville, Titusville, and our two Tampa offices – and focus on expanding our services in the Southeast. Saxena has built a… Read More »


Bridge Scour Team Wins Award, Keeps Florida Motorists Safer

January 23, 2017

The Florida Institute of Consulting Engineers is recognizing a massive effort to evaluate the incidence of dangerous scour among more than 1,500 Florida bridges with “unknown foundations” – ones whose foundation construction documentation is lacking – by awarding the project a 2017 Grand Award for Engineering Excellence. Ayres Associates and GCI Inc, in partnership with… Read More »


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