Boston – Parsons Brinckerhoff recently announced two additions to its Boston office.
Mark Call has been named a supervising construction engineer.
In his new position, he will provide construction management services for the South Essex Sewerage District, supervising construction work on two sewer pipelines under Salem Harbor to ensure the work is done according to contract plans and specifications.
Call has nearly 40 years of experience managing the engineering and construction of infrastructure improvement projects. Prior to joining Parsons Brinckerhoff, he was a construction manager with a Massachusetts firm, serving as the owner’s representative on the Downtown Quincy project. He previously served as director of public works for the City of Framingham and was director of construction for the Boston Water and Sewer Commission.
Ravi Kuchibhotla has been named a senior supervising electrical engineer.
In his new position, he will serve as a project technical lead and direct the preparation of design documents for electrical power distribution systems on infrastructure and facilities projects.
Kuchibhotla has more than 30 years of electrical engineering and facilities engineering and construction experience with all types of facilities in various companies including General Electric, IBM, and others. Prior to joining Parsons Brinckerhoff, he was a senior electrical/energy engineer with a New York consulting firm, responsible for implementing energy conservation measures and designing electrical power systems at educational facilities, commercial buildings, and utility plants.