Three Become Professional Engineers

Dylan Parr, Ashley Patrylak, Gregory Brousseau

Bloomfield, CT – BVH Integrated Services, P.C., recently announced the achievement of three employees in passing the certification requirements to become professional engineers.

Dylan Parr and Ashley Patrylak, civil engineers, and Gregory Brousseau, a mechanical engineer, are now licensed professional engineers in the state of Connecticut. All joined BVH in 2013.

Parr is currently working on several projects on the Central Connecticut State University campus, including Barnard Hall, Kaiser Hall Athletic Center, the new Engineering Building, and renovations and additions to Willard and DiLoreto Halls.

Patrylak’s notable projects include UConn’s Utility Framework, the UConn Student Recreation Center, and the University of Notre Dame Campus Crossroads project.

Brousseau’s projects include the Pratt & Whitney World Headquarters Building, Eastern Maine Medical Center’s New Inpatient Tower, and the Asnuntuck Community College Tower Lobby.

To become licensed, engineers must complete a four-year college degree, work under a Professional Engineer for at least four years, pass two intensive competency exams, and earn a license from their state’s licensure board.

“I am proud to congratulate three BVH employees for receiving their Professional Engineer licenses. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to earn this licensure. Dylan, Ashley, and Greg have worked diligently in their positions, giving them the experience needed to succeed. I look forward to seeing them progress in their careers at BVH,” Karl Frey, CEO.