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Stephen Simmons Joins GBB Ownership Group

Simmons joined GBB as vice president in December 2015 after being a principal associate in 2012 - 2013.

Gershman, Brickner & Bratton, Inc. (GBB) announced today that Stephen Simmons is now part of the firm's ownership group, joining president and co-founder Harvey Gershman, and senior vice presidents Chris Lund, P.E., PSS, and John Carlton, P.E., BCEE. He has also been promoted to senior vice president.

"This is yet another important step for the future of GBB by further enhancing the ownership group with strong and capable individuals that have complementary expertise and backgrounds," Gershman said in a statement. "Steve's business development and management skills, along with the depth of his technology and renewable energy experience, make him a unique and valuable leader on client projects and a key member of the GBB's senior management team."

"I'm proud to join GBB's ownership group and to have this opportunity to further contribute and participate in shaping GBB's future in my new role," Simmons said in a statement. "It is very exciting to work closely with a team of passionate individuals and to have a direct positive impact on many communities and organizations by helping develop sustainable solutions for complex solid waste management issues."

Simmons joined GBB as vice president in December 2015 after being a principal associate in 2012 - 2013. A sustainable development business leader with more than 30 years of experience in the energy and environmental services sectors, he is highly experienced in program and project management, new business development, waste and power marketing, technology evaluation, business financial modeling, profit and loss management, facility design, procurement, and construction having worked with engineering/consulting firms and leading international energy operating companies.

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