GAI Consultants Adds Rebecca Bray, PE, Strengthens Northeast Florida Operations

Rebecca BrayJacksonville, FL—GAI Consultants, Inc. (GAI) today announced that Rebecca Bray, PE has joined the firm as Senior Engineering Manager in its Infrastructure Business Unit. Ms. Bray brings more than 15 years of diverse professional experience in both private sector consulting and public sector municipal engineering and management, most recently as Public Works Director for Nassau County, Florida.

Highlights/Key Facts

  • With offices in Orlando, Jacksonville, Palm Beach Gardens, and Tampa, GAI builds on a more than 30-year commitment to Florida through enhanced service offerings and strategic hires.
  • From the firm’s Jacksonville office, Rebecca will tap her extensive regional knowledge and expertise to spearhead GAI’s continued expansion in Northeast Florida and beyond.
  • Her familiarity with Northeast Florida regulatory agencies and design/permitting requirements will benefit GAI’s new and existing clients alike.
  • She will also support GAI’s Water Engineering initiatives across Florida.
  • Rebecca is a board member for the Solid Waste Association of North America, Florida Chapter, and member and former regional secretary for the American Water Works Association, Florida Section.
  • Rebecca holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Auburn University, and is both a registered Professional Engineer and a Qualified Stormwater Management Inspector in Florida.
  • Connect with Rebecca on LinkedIn.

“Rebecca brings a wide breadth of technical knowledge and management experience to GAI. As a key member of our Florida leadership team, she will aid GAI’s continued growth and service offerings for our public and private sector clients in north Florida and elsewhere throughout the State.”

Nick Mousa, AICP, Director of Florida Market Initiatives, GAI Consultants

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