Borea Appointed Business Development Manager
TALLAHASSEE, FL — FINLEY Engineering Group has vested Bridge Engineer Carmine Borea, PE, with the additional position and responsibilities of Business Development Manager. This key leadership position gives Borea significant responsibility for the firm’s growth.
Borea’s nine years of bridge design and construction engineering experience involve both concrete and steel bridges. This experience includes projects in the United States and abroad, giving him a solid feel for the different ways in which business is done around the world.
During his two years with FINLEY, Borea has both participated in and led a variety of business development activities, including preparing proposals and price estimates, building and maintaining client-firm relationships, and coordinating between the technical and business aspects of bridge design.
In this new senior management role, Borea will be leading the selection of projects for pursuit; development of alliances and relationships with business partners, subconsultants, and potential clients; and identification of project improvements for contractors. His technical knowledge will enable him to address project technical requirements with owners and clients in the earliest stages of project pursuit. Putting Borea in this role gives our clients something they always appreciate—a business developer who can also “talk technical” with them.
“We are excited about Carmine’s assuming responsibility to FINLEY’s business development activities,” said FINLEY’s President, Craig Finley, PE. “He has a unique combination of technical abilities, construction experience, and that all-important trait of never meeting a stranger. We’re expecting great things from his high-energy approach and proven track record of success on highly technical bridge projects.”
Borea achieved Cum Laude honors while earning a Bachelor of Science in environmental engineering and a Master of Science in civil engineering, with a specialization in structural and geotechnical engineering, from the Universitá di Napoli “Federico II.” He is a member of both the American Segmental Bridge Institute and the National Steel Bridge Alliance.