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George, Miles & Buhr welcomes new employees

Cape Gazette of Lewes, Delaware

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George, Miles & Buhr LLC recently welcomed several new employees.

Tony Timbrell joins George, Miles & Buhr as a construction representative/resident project representative in the Salisbury, Md. office. He comes to GMB with over 35 years of prior experience in the engineering and construction management fields. Timbrell received his bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the Missouri University of Science and Technology. Timbrell is responsible for overseeing the Salisbury Riverwalk repairs.

Tim Mulcahy recently joined the GMB team as a construction representative/RPR. He has 25 years of prior construction inspection experience. His prior experience includes working at Wallops Island, Va., where he was responsible for inspecting multiple NASA projects. Mulcahy is currently working on the Morris Mill Water Tank project in Fruitland, Md.

Duane Hoffman joins the GMB Seaford office as a RPR. Hoffman's past work experience includes working as a water/sewer plant operator. Prior to being a plant operator, he worked as a superintendent, mostly dealing with the construction of water/sewer plants. Hoffman is currently working on various street rehabilitation projects throughout the City of Lewes.

Dean Townsend joins the GMB Salisbury office for the winter months as an intern for the architectural department. He is currently a senior at the University of Maryland, College Park, nearing completion of a bachelor of science degree in architecture.

GMB also welcomed back Ahmed Osman, Kevin Prag, Devon Hendershot, Ben Hearn and Gene Wildonger, who have resumed their intern roles during the winter months between college semesters.

GMB is a premier architectural and engineering firm with offices in Salisbury, Baltimore and Seaford. The firm specializes in water/wastewater, land development, municipal/civil, structural and electrical engineering, as well as commercial, residential and institutional architecture. GMB has served the Chesapeake Bay region for over 55 years. For more information, visit

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Original Publication Date: February 5, 2016

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