Grumman/Butkus Associates is pleased to introduce five talented interns who are working in two of our offices this summer. Shown L to R in the photo are Evanston interns David Vieth, Ilise Rosen, Megan Geyer, and Alex Sir.
David Vieth is a rising junior studying mechanical engineering at Marquette University; he will do a co-op work term this fall with Astronautics Corp. He is currently part of G/BA’s commissioning team, working on a healthcare facility project. David, who graduated from Libertyville (IL) High School, lists his hobbies as watching and playing hockey and playing golf.
Ilise Rosen is majoring in electrical engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where she will be sophomore this fall. She is working with our electrical team on drawings and specs this summer. An Evanston native, she graduated from Evanston Township High School. Ilise’s hobbies include reading, music, and attending concerts and theatrical performances.
Megan Geyer, a recent graduate of New Trier High School, hails from Wilmette, IL. She heads to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign this fall to study aerospace engineering. Currently Megan is assisting G/BA’s marketing team. She plays the violin and is training for a marathon.
Alex Sir is back for his third cycle as a G/BA intern. He is studying mechanical engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and will graduate this December. This summer he is working with our mechanical engineering team, currently focused on a project at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Alex, whose hometown is Park Ridge, IL, graduated from Maine South High School. In his spare time, he enjoys hanging out with friends, playing basketball, and working out.
Not shown in the photo is Austin Hliboki, a mechanical engineering student at Fairfield University who is a summer intern at G/BA Commissioning (our New York regional office).
G/BA has a strong commitment to staff development and is grateful for the opportunity to help nurture the next generation of engineering professionals.