Andonyadis Promoted to Executive Vice President

We are pleased to announce that Manol Andonyadis, PE, has been promoted to Executive Vice President with the firm. Manol joined ECS in 1993 and has been serving as the Mid-Atlantic Central Regional Manager for the last six years. Prior to that, he was Office Manager for the Chantilly office.

Manol holds more than 30 years of professional engineering experience. In his new role, he will oversee the growth of the Mid-Atlantic Environmental and Facilities regional offices as well as spearhead planned expansion of Third Party Inspections and Geotechnical Instrumentation and Monitoring services outside of the Washington, DC market.

“Manol has been a leader within ECS for many years, with strengths in recruiting and developing professional staff, market growth and client relations,” said Salvatore Fiorentino, ECS Mid-Atlantic, LLC President. “In his new role, these skill sets will allow ECS to expand its Facilities, Environmental, Monitoring and Third Party Inspections services in existing and future geographic markets to meet our clients’ needs.”

Manol earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Bosphorus University in Istanbul, Turkey; a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Purdue University; a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from the University of Maryland; and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Maryland, Virginia, the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, Colorado and North Carolina and is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design: Accredited Professional (LEED AP).

“I am very excited about the potential growth opportunities for our Facilities and Environmental regional offices as well as Third Party Inspections and Monitoring Services work,” said Manol. “I strongly believe that we can succeed by having the appropriate people at the right positions. Focusing on our hiring needs and our business fundamentals as well as developing the appropriate organizational models will go a long way toward our success.”