PBA Engineer, B. Reynolds, Earns Michigan Professional State License

Camille Thompson
Dec 28, 2020 5:00:00 PM

Reynolds’ Six Years with PBA, Includes Two Terms as a PBA Co-Op

Leading MEP engineering design firm, PBA is pleased to announce that project leader Brandon Reynolds PE, has received his Professional Engineer (PE) license and is now a designated PE in the State of Michigan.

Reynolds earned his Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Oakland University (Rochester, MI) in 2016. While at school, Reynolds served two-terms as a college co-op at PBA, which provided him with real-world, hands-on engineering design experience* in a professional work environment.

Reynolds started his career with PBA as a co-op for its Corporate Market sector where he provided electrical engineering design for high profile clients like the Ford Motor Company (Dearborn, MI) and Jimmy John's Field (Utica, MI). He currently serves as a project leader for PBA's Higher Education group.

More recent notable projects for which Reynolds provided electrical engineering design include the University of Notre Dame Basketball Practice Facility Renovation (South Bend, IN), Northern Michigan University, The Northern Center (Marquette, MI) and The Henry Ford Museum, Driven to Win Exhibit (Dearborn, MI).

For more information about Peter Basso Associates, and to view our current career opportunities, click here: https://www.peterbassoassociates.com/mep-engineering-careers

*Read more on our winter college co-op opportunities: https://blog.peterbassoassociates.com/newsfeed/looking-for-a-rewarding-mep-engineering-winter-2020-co-op-opportunity-look-no-further

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