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Vandenbossche joins Mannik & Smith Group PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Monday, 02 December 2013 10:14
MAUMEE - Steven Vandenbossche has been named chief financial officer for the Mannik & Smith Group, Inc.
He joins Chief Executive Officer Richard Bertz, PE, PS and Chief Operating Officer, Dean Niese, PE - completing the MSG executive leadership  team.   
Vandenbossche began his career with MSG in September 2012, rising rapidly to his new position due to his demonstrated financial management and strategic planning skills, which were achieved and sharpened due to his previous work with Bureau Veritas, an international testing, inspection and certification firm with engineering and architecture functions and over 59,000 employees.  Bertz said, "Steven has the right skills at the right time as we implement our vision and new strategic plan for MSG. We are very excited to have Steven join our strong leadership team."   
Described by one of his high school teachers as a "natural accountant," Vandenbossche not only has expansive knowledge of the finance realm, but is also well acquainted with computer system software implementations.  Vandenbossche and his wife Bushra, have two children Ali and Maha.
MSG is an award-winning, full-service consulting firm that offers a wide array of services including civil and  geotechnical engineering, environmental consulting, surveying and construction support. The firm takes prides in being a single source asset for their clients and ability to anticipate and exceed client expectations.  With a talented staff of more than 230 professional engineers, environmental scientists, surveyors, technicians and support personnel they deliver integrated planning, design, engineering and construction solutions to their clients from their  offices throughout Ohio and Michigan. With more than 55 years of service and experience, combined with a highly trained professional staff, MSG has become a leader in providing a quality product in a timely and cost-effective manner.
 

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