George Gorrill, P.E., S.E.STV, a leader in engineering, architectural, planning and program and construction management services, today announced it has brought aboard George Gorrill, P.E., S.E., to serve as vice president and Midwest business unit leader. Based in the Chicago office, Gorrill will lead all STV efforts in the Midwest, including recruiting and managing talent throughout the region, as well as developing plans to better serve STV clients and the market.

“George has a deep history of service in the Midwest and is an ideal candidate to lead all STV services in the region,” said Jerry Stump, P.E., STV senior vice president and a manager in the firm’s transportation and infrastructure practice. “He is highly regarded by our clients who have experienced firsthand his ability to listen, develop plans to address their needs and ultimately deliver successful projects and programs.” 

A professional engineer and structural engineer with more than 20 years of experience, Gorrill most recently served as regional bridge project manager and Great Lakes region quality manager for a national engineering and consulting services firm. His career includes significant infrastructure projects throughout the Midwest such as I-64 Sherman Minton Fracture-Critical Inspection and Emergency Repair for Indiana Department of Transportation, Stearns Road Fox River Bridge for Kane County Division of Transportation, Tri-State Tollway (I-294) Mile-Long Bridge Rehabilitation/Reconstruction for Illinois State Toll Highway Authority and I-35E MnPASS Design Build and I-35E Bridge over Cayuga Street for Minnesota Department of Transportation.

Gorrill earned his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and has served as a National Highway Institute Course Instructor throughout the United States.

For more than 40 years, STV has had a presence in Chicago, offering transportation and infrastructure and construction management services to the Midwest region, with national rail, planning and environmental leaders stationed there. Key projects have included the rehabilitation of the Clark/Division Station on the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA)'s Red Line for the Chicago Department of Transportation; upgrades to three CTA substations across the system at East Lake, Milwaukee and Illinois; and replacement of the Torrence Avenue Bridge for Illinois Department of Transportation; among many others.

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