MSA is pleased to announce the promotion of four accomplished professionals to the position of team leader within the firm. Maranna Binder, Brittney Mitchell, Jeremy Roberts and Eric Schoot bring years of dedication and a strong demonstration of leadership and commitment to these new positions.
Maranna Binder, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is a project architect and project manager at MSA and will serve as a Buildings team leader from the firm’s Champaign, Illinois, location. Maranna joined MSA in 2007 and is a licensed architect in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin, as well as a LEED accredited professional as certified by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Brittney Mitchell assumes a team leader position for the Public Works West service line, where she also serves as a funding specialist at MSA headquarters in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Brittney joined the firm in 2015 and is currently part of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Wisconsin Leadership Institute Class of 2021.
Jeremy Roberts, PE, is a senior project manager on MSA’s Mobility and Airport team. He will now also serve as a team leader for the Mobility group out of the firm’s Appleton, Wisconsin, location. Jeremy joined MSA in 2018 and brings over 20 years of experience to the role, primarily in the aviation industry. He is a licensed professional engineer in Wisconsin.
Eric Schoot, PLS, is a project surveyor at MSA and will assume a team leadership role on the Land service line from our Dubuque, Iowa, location. Eric joined the firm in 2013 and holds professional land surveyor licensure in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
“I’m pleased to congratulate Maranna, Brittney, Jeremy and Eric on their promotions to team leaders at MSA,” commented Mike Statz, chief operating officer. “Each of these individuals has shown great dedication to their profession and to the communities we serve, with a strong commitment to public engagement and to setting an example for their fellow team members. I look forward to their contributions as our newest team leaders and wish them all the best.”