WSP Flack + Kurtz promotes senior executives
Robert Goossens and Anastasia Vassos were promoted to vice president and William Hooley was promoted to senior associate in WSP Flack + Kurtz's Boston office.
WSP Flack + Kurtz has promoted both Robert Goossens and Anastasia Vassos to vice president and William Hooley to senior associate, announced Allan J. Montpellier, PE, LEED AP, managing director of the Boston office.
Goossens, CxA, LEED AP, formerly a senior associate, joined WSP Flack + Kurtz in 2004. He has more than 25 years of experience in facilities management, facilities maintenance, and construction management, and has served as the construction/project manager on many capital projects, including several with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Vassos, who was also promoted from senior associate, serves as the director of business development for the Boston office, both on a local and national scale. She has been with the firm since 2003.
Hooley, RCDD, had been an associate. He has over 30 years of experience in the design and project management of complex voice, data, video and fiber networks, and has been with WSP F+K’s Boston office for 12 years. During his tenure at the firm, he has worked on projects for such clients as HP, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Yale University.
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