CBBEL promotes nine to group lead

ROSEMONT - Christopher B. Burke Engineering Ltd. recently promoted nine employees to Group Lead, a position responsible for managing projects, mentoring staff and developing new business.

Employees promoted to Group Lead are:

James Amelio: A graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Amelio has been with CBBEL for 19 years and serves as Village Engineer and main point-of-contact for the municipalities of Forest Park and Lincolnwood.

Anthony DeRicco: A graduate of University of Illinois Chicago, DeRicco has been with CBBEL for more than 20 years and has a wide array of experience in construction projects focusing on street lighting and other electrical applications.

Mark Emory: Emory has more than 45 years of experience, nearly 30 of which have been at CBBEL. Emory works with the Mechanical Engineering Department on projects in water supply and distribution, wastewater collection and treatment, and stormwater fields.

Ryan Lindeman: Lindeman graduated from Purdue University in 2005 and is a design and construction engineer, leading CBBEL's efforts for the city of Rolling Meadows.

Bryan Luke: A graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Luke has been with CBBEL for 18 years and is responsible for the development of various highway, streetscape, wetland and bikeway projects.

Andrew Pufundt: Pufundt has been at CBBEL nearly 20 years, since he graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. At CBBEL, his duties include permitting, preparation of construction plans and specifications, construction cost estimates, bidding assistance and general municipal engineering services.

Greg Sanders: Sanders has been at CBBEL for 23 years including long hours on and off the job site.

Stephen Sugg: Sugg has been at CBBEL for 11 years and has nearly 40 years of transportation engineering experience working with Chicago area municipalities and counties as well as IDOT and the Illinois Tollway.

Mark Wrzeszcz: Wrzeszcz has been at CBBEL for more than 30 years and his responsibilities include assisting project engineers with the development of various design projects, including stormwater management systems, utility replacement and rehabilitation, water mains, sanitary sewer systems and roadway construction.

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