Engineering firm GEI elects new senior vice presidents and VPs

GEI Consultants Inc., a geotechnical, environmental, water resources and ecological science and engineering firm, has expanded its leadership team through the election of senior vice presidents and VPs.

Those listed below have backgrounds and work experience that apply to dams and hydroelectric generation:

Giovanni Bonita, PhD, P.E., is now senior vice president and geostructural lead in the Washington, D.C. office. His expertise includes dams, tunnels, and structures with deep foundations. Bonita has supervised more than 100 traditional and specialized geotechnical investigations across the U.S.

Alberto Pujol, P.E., is senior vice president and geotech/water resources practice leader in the Oakland office. He has more than 35 years of experience in the rehabilitation and replacement of existing infrastructure, including dams, pipelines, tunnels and impoundments. Pujol has been responsible for the planning, siting, evaluation and design of water resources, as well as dam safety evaluations.

Jamie S. Matus is vice president and geotechnical/geological practice leader in the Lansing office. He conducts site assessments and hydrogeological investigations for public and private clients.

Donghai Wang, PhD, P.E., is now vice president and computer applications development leader in the Sacramento office. His experience includes GIS-related hydrology, hydraulics, and water management projects, and Wang has performed as technical lead for the development of flood management tools.

Daniel R. Wanket is vice president and water resources practice leader in the Oakland office. He has 22 years of experience managing large, multi-discipline civil engineering projects, including conceptual engineering, site investigation and characterization, development of construction plans and specifications, and preparation of reports.

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