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January 19, 2013

Business people: Federal worker earns promotion

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H.F. Lenz appoints two associates

The H.F. Lenz Co. board of directors has announced the appointment of Keith A. Gindlesperger and Sean J. Kozielec to associates of the firm.

Gindlesperger joined H.F. Lenz Co. in 1998.

He received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering technology and is a licensed professional engineer in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia.

He specializes in site planning, design and permitting for numerous types of industrial, commercial, educational and governmental facilities and has served as the civil project engineer for clients such as the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for numerous projects at Letterkenny Army Depot, the state Department of General Services, and several universities including Slippery Rock and Robert Morris.

Gindlesperger also has experience working with municipalities enforcing local planning and zoning codes.

In 2005, he was named Young Engineer of the Year by the Johnstown Chapter of the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers.

Gindlesperger resides in Windber with his wife, Jodi, and stepson.

Kozielec joined H.F. Lenz Co. in 2005 and has 11 years of experience in mechanical engineering.

He received a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering from Penn State University and is a licensed professional engineer in Pennsylvania.

His clients include The Culinary Institute of America, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Juniata College, Altoona Area School District, Milton Hershey School and Mount Nittany Medical Center.

He is a LEED accredited professional and has been involved in several of the firm’s sustainable projects. He also has participated in educating the public on “green” strategies through events such as Frostburg State University’s Focus the Nation.

Kozielec was named Young Engineer of the Year in 2012 by the Johnstown Chapter of the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers.

He resides in Bedford with his wife, Katie, and two children.

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