She spearheads business development for 30-member group
30, Mechanical Engineer, Project Manager
Kansas City, Mo.
As a result of her focus on complex pharmaceutical projects, Amber Myers has acquired expertise in applications involving oral solid/liquid dose and fill/finish facilities, dust collection, hydronic piping design and steam system design. Colleagues say her skill set has made her the ideal candidate to target and acquire new business for CRB's 30-member pharmaceutical group. Among other activities, Myers organizes, executes and monitors business development for the group. In addition to identifying prospective clients, she develops and maintains relationships with them. As a member of CRB's sustainable design expert team, Myers works to foster corporate commitment to green design principles. She is a member of Bacchus Foundation of Kansas City, a group of young professionals that raises money for charities.
Transportation projects keep dynamic career moving
39, Principal Engineer
Parsons Transportation Group
Craig Moore served as project manager for an advanced traveler information system adopted by Chicago's Midway Airport, an initiative that required design of intelligent transportation system components, including dynamic message signs and highway advisory radio and online interactive maps to advise travelers of transportation issues involving the airport. Moore also has served as traffic micro-simulation lead for several large freeway projects for Parsons, including the Interstate 465 Northeast corridor in Indianapolis. Moore served as student internship chairman for the Institute of Transportation Engineers Illinois chapter and as juror for Chicago's Future City's competition. He also has volunteered as an inner-city youth minister for the past 10 years.