Gregory T. Nettuno Promoted to Senior Vice President at GAI Consultants

Jacksonville, FL – Engineering and environmental consulting firm, GAI Consultants, Inc. (GAI), is pleased to announce that Transportation Business Unit Leader and Board Member Gregory T. Nettuno, P.E., MBA, has been promoted to Senior Vice President.

Nettuno began his career with GAI in 1998 as the Jacksonville Office Manager, directing the technical staff in highway and traffic design, land development and survey, construction engineering and inspection, and eminent domain support for projects in northern Florida. Specializing in project development and engineering, and construction engineering and inspection, Nettuno established GAI’s presence as a reputable and valuable partner on design-build teams for transportation projects.

Recognizing the potential to better serve clients in the transportation industry, GAI realigned the firm’s operations in 2013 and named Nettuno GAI’s Transportation Business Unit Leader. Understanding the value of GAI’s long-standing relationships with departments of transportation in multiple states, Nettuno established a National Transportation Group at GAI and strategically positioned the firm to address the needs of these clients. Under Nettuno’s direction, GAI’s Transportation Business Unit continues to make significant investments in building project teams across the U.S., hiring employees who bring critical expertise and depth of resources.

Nettuno received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Florida and his Master of Business Administration from the University of North Florida.

“We are fortunate to have Greg as a leader within our firm. Greg has proven himself to be a valuable asset to both GAI and the Clients we serve. I am confident that Greg will excel in this senior level position.”

Gary M. DeJidas, P.E., GAI President and CEO

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