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Greeley and Hansen Architects Names New Principal 

Chicago-based Greeley and Hansen, a leading global engineering, architecture, and consulting firm in the water infrastructure sector, has promoted Brent Sevcik to principal of Greeley and Hansen Architects, a wholly owned subsidiary. As principal, Sevcik will oversee and direct day-to-day business operations and advance strategic growth plans for Greeley and Hansen’s architectural services practice.  

“Brent is a highly experienced architect who has designed and worked on a wide range of water, wastewater, and solid waste facilities as well as other residential, municipal, commercial and mixed-use projects,” said John C. Robak, CEO of Greeley and Hansen. “He has proven expertise in building design and construction as well as resource efficiency, and he has been instrumental in developing building systems that maximize flood resiliency for our clients.” 

Sevcik is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the United States Green Building Council and the Chicago Architecture Center. 


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