Skelly and Loy Promotes Two to Executive Vice Presidents
HARRISBURG, PA Sandra K. Basehore and Gerald W. Longenecker, P.E., have been named Executive Vice President-Environmental Services and Executive Vice President-Engineering Services, respectively, at Skelly and Loy, Inc. In their new roles, Basehore and Longenecker will be responsible for all aspects of personnel and project management, client satisfaction, and business development for their designated service areas company-wide.
"Sandy and Gerry are valued, long-time contributors to Skelly and Loy's success and highly respected by our clients, colleagues, and staff," said Sandra Loy-Bell, Chief Executive Officer. "These promotions acknowledge their commitment to their work and will allow them to broaden the impact of their leadership and expertise across the company."
Basehore joined Skelly and Loy in 1990 and most recently served as Vice President in charge of Skelly and Loy's Harrisburg Environmental Services Group. Her 31-year career has focused on environmental impacts assessment and the development of cost-effective and regulatory-compliant mitigation actions for numerous public and private sector projects, including roadways, highways, and bridges; transmission lines; pipelines; and railroads. Basehore holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Resource Management from The Pennsylvania State University and is actively involved in the American Society of Highway Engineers, Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Professionals, and the American Council of Engineering Companies of Pennsylvania.
Longenecker joined Skelly and Loy in 1993 and most recently served as Vice President in charge of Skelly and Loy's Environmental Engineering Services Group. He has 34 years of engineering, design, and permitting experience involving stream restoration, watershed assessments, stormwater management, solid waste handling, industrial and sanitary wastewater treatment, dam safety, water resources engineering, and wetland-related evaluations. Longenecker is a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Tennessee, and North Carolina, and holds Master and Bachelor of Science degrees in agricultural engineering from the Pennsylvania State University.