Barge Selects New Vice Presidents, Board Members at 2021 Annual Meeting
26 / April / 2021
Barge’s 2021 Annual Meeting saw four employees promoted to the Vice President level: Ray Spangler, Steve Mosher, Wendy Creek, and Kevin Kennoy.
Spangler joined Barge in January of 2021 as the firm’s Chief Technology Officer after 25 years with Verizon Wireless. As CTO, Spangler helps create a shared technology vision alongside our market and practice leaders, develops and implements strategic technology plans in support of this vision, and expands our use of applied technologies both internally and externally. He is a graduate of Kent State University with an Associate of Applied Science in Computer Technology.
Mosher, PE, PTOE, is Barge’s Manager of Georgia Transportation. He has more than 20 years of experience in the transportation engineering industry, designing and managing a wide range of transportation projects for state and local governments. Mosher is a University of Memphis alumnus with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Master of Business Administration.
Creek, PE, is Barge's Director of Projects in Water. She has been with the firm for two years, and has more than 20 years of experience in water and wastewater engineering, including management of large multidisciplinary design projects. Creek is a University of Texas at Austin alumna with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
Kennoy, PE, has 29 years of industry experience and serves as a Client Service Team Leader. In this role Kennoy guides the development of client relationships in the Florida and Alabama region. He is office lead of Barge’s newest office in Panama City, Florida, managing our strategic growth in the Panhandle. Kennoy holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Auburn University.
The firm also welcomed two new Board Members, Steve Edwards and Chris Provost.
Edwards, PE, LEED AP, also serves as a Vice President and the Manager of the firm’s Structural Practice. He has a Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering from Iowa State University. Edwards has over 20 years of experience covering a wide range of market segments, from industrial and commercial facilities, bridges, and airports; to housing development, parks, and recreation facilities.
Provost, PE, is an Executive Vice President and Barge’s Chief Strategy Officer (CSO). He has served as project engineer, project manager, project director, or officer-in-charge on projects throughout the US and has managed a multitude of large and small projects for a variety of public and private sector clients. As CSO, he manages the Client Service Team and oversees the firm’s strategic development. He has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Tennessee Technological University.