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Erdman Anthony Announces Promotion in Albany Office



Erdman Anthony’s board of directors announces the promotion of Christine Harvey, PE, senior mechanical engineer in the Albany office, to associate.

“Christine is an outstanding contributor to our firm,” said Curt Helman, PE, Erdman Anthony’s president and CEO. “She illustrates what moves Erdman Anthony forward: skilled employees who are dedicated to both their craft and making our company better.”

Erdman Anthony is an employee-owned firm that gives staff members who achieve milestones of professional standing, such as a promotion like this, opportunities for increased ownership.

“We value our staff of dedicated, highly skilled professionals who take pride in a company that they have an opportunity to actually own,” Helman said.

Harvey is a member of Erdman Anthony’s facilities core business and has been with the firm since 2013. The Clifton Park resident has a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is licensed as a professional engineer in New York.

For over 60 years, Erdman Anthony has provided infrastructure engineering and support services to private industry and government clients. The multidisciplinary firm employs over 250 people, including 70 professional engineers and licensed land surveyors, throughout its offices in Albany, Buffalo, and Rochester, New York; Harrisburg and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; West Palm Beach, Florida; and Portland, Maine. The firm’s integrated engineering expertise spans the rail, retail, water/sewer, bridge, commercial/site development, education, energy, health care, highway, industrial, oil and gas, and parks and recreation markets. Erdman Anthony’s quality management system is certified to the ISO 9001:2015 standard. For more information, visit www.erdmananthony.com.

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