Sparks, Md., April 9, 2014 – KCI Technologies Inc., a multi-disciplined engineering firm with offices throughout the eastern and central U.S., has appointed Gino J. Gemignani Jr. to its board of directors. Prior to retiring earlier this year, Gemignani served as a Senior Vice President with The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company.
Gemignani joined Whiting-Turner in 1962 and spent his first ten years building commercial and industrial facilities throughout the Northeast. As he took on new responsibilities and rose up the corporate structure, he supervised projects in a wide range of markets for clients such as E. I. DuPont, General Motors Corp., Baltimore Gas and Electric, the Greenbrier Country Club, and the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Gemignani will serve with fellow board members Terry F. Neimeyer, PE, BCEE, FACEC, ENV SP (chairman); Nathan J. Beil, PE, W.RE (president); Harvey M. Floyd, PE; G. Scott Lang, PE, CCM; Bryan R. Lawson, EIT, LEED AP, CCM; Kenneth H. Trout; Patricia J. Mitchell; and William L. Jews.
“Gino is an ideal addition to our already well-rounded board,” said Neimeyer. “His leadership, knowledge and experience within the construction industry is directly applicable to the wide array of services KCI offers, and his guidance will help us with our strategic effort to work as a team of combined engineer/contractors on future infrastructure projects.”
Gemignani earned a bachelor’s degree in physics from Loyola College and is a graduate of the Leadership Program of the Greater Baltimore Committee and Leadership Maryland. He has received numerous awards including the UMBC 2001 Engineer of the Year Award and the 2003 Business Leader of the Year Award from the Sellinger School of Business Loyola. Gemignani is also actively involved in civic and professional activities including serving as vice-chair of the Maryland Center for Construction & Innovation (MCCEI), and as a board member or trustee of the Engineering Advisory Board of UMBC, the Governor’s Workforce Investment Board (GWIB), the Loyola University Maryland, St. Mary’s Seminary and University and the Engineering Advisory Committee of Loyola University Maryland. He is a former president of the B&O Railroad Museum, as well as former chair of the Governor’s Workforce Investment Board (GWIB), the Collegetown Business Advisory Council and the Alliance for the Mentally Disabled.
Amy E. Lambert, CPSM | email@example.com | 410.316.7839
KCI is an engineering, consulting and construction firm serving clients throughout the U.S. and beyond. With revenues of approximately $146 million in 2012, KCI is ranked 81 on the Engineering News-Record’s list of the top 500 engineering firms in the country. Roughly 1,000 KCI employee owners provide transportation, environmental, telecommunications, construction, facilities, and land development services from more than 20 locations. For more information, visit www.kci.com.