Wendel Names New Senior Associate Principals

11/16/2021 | Back to News

Wendel, a nationally recognized architecture, engineering, energy efficiency, and construction management firm, is pleased to announce that Adam Beyer, CEM; Chris George, PE, PMP, LEED AP; and Scott Rybarczyk, PE, LEED AP BD+C have been appointed to the position of Senior Associate Principal. This appointment recognizes professionals for their exemplary leadership and commitment to excellence.

Adam Beyer is an Energy Engineer with 17 years of industry experience, all of which are with Wendel. He has been involved in the study, design, and construction of energy conservation and renewable energy projects at various facilities both inside and outside of Western New York. This experience includes the production of comprehensive energy audits, computer simulation building modeling, project design and specification, construction management services, commissioning, and M&V (measurement and verification). Adam has also worked closely with Wendel’s water/wastewater group for process efficiency and in support of the Integrated Capital and Energy Improvements (ICE) initiative.

Chris George is a Project Manager with 15 years of industry experience, 9 of which are with Wendel. Mr. George has effectively performed project and construction management for projects in Wendel’s Energy Performance Contracting, civil infrastructure, and facilities groups. Chris has provided his engineering expertise on a variety of transit, hospitality, commercial, education and healthcare projects while being responsible for the planning, design development, structural analysis and design, preparation of construction documents, specifications, and support throughout construction.

Scott Rybarczyk is a Senior Environmental Engineer with 22 years of industry experience, 15 of which are with Wendel. Mr. Rybarczyk has specialized experience in hydrologic, hydraulic, and water quality modeling. He uses this knowledge to assist in the design and permitting of various sites, bridges, culverts, and modeling projects throughout the United States. Scott currently serves as Town Engineer for Newstead, NY and participates on the National Stormwater Committee for the Water Environment Federation. He has presented green infrastructure topics at various conferences and has taught green infrastructure design for PE credits and planning boards throughout Western NY.