CLIVE, Iowa, January 3, 2022 – McClure announced that effective immediately, Andy Maysent, PE has been promoted to Vice President, Aviation.
Maysent has over 20 years of airport engineering experience and has a thorough understanding of the FAA policies, design standards, and grant process. His experience has focused primarily on civil airside projects including improvements to runways, taxiways, and aprons from minor rehabilitation and overlays to complete reconstructions. He has managed airport projects throughout the United States ranging from large commercial service airports, such as Kansas City International, Denver International, and Louisville International, to more than 20 general aviation airports throughout the FAA Central Region. In 2017, he was elected to the Board of Directors for the Iowa Public Airports Association, where he advocates for Iowa’s airports. He also holds an FAA private pilot license.
“Andy’s incredible passion for aviation has driven him to build an exceptional team that serves airports all over the region. As a pilot himself, he understands how important airports are to our communities and is able to relate to the needs of the aviators who use them. I am excited for Andy and the Aviation Team as they continue to focus on connecting our communities through the development and improvement of our country’s airport infrastructure,“ said Dustin Leo, Executive Vice President of McClure.
McClure’s Aviation Team has grown under the leadership of Maysent and others over the past several years. With over 250 years of combined experience, the Aviation Team has had experience at over 100 commercial service and general aviation airports across the world, including over 50 airports in the FAA Central Region.
“I’m thankful for being part of such an incredibly talented group at McClure. I am proud of the growth and accomplishments of McClure’s Aviation team. We are ready and excited to continue expanding the McClure Aviation brand across the Midwest and work closely with airports to bring their visions to reality,” said Maysent.
McClure has been practicing private aviation since Jon McClure began the firm in 1956. You might say aviation is part of the McClure DNA and culture. This passion gives the firm a unique insight into the issues facing airports today. Over the last 50 years, McClure has been a major player in the aviation industry and is a leading provider of aviation planning, design, and construction management services. In the past five years, McClure has assisted airports in securing over $67M in grant funding and successfully managed the delivery of those projects.
Founded in 1956, McClure is celebrating 65 years of making lives better and building relationships for success. McClure brings engineering expertise and a collaborative approach to identify the best strategies and solutions to bring our client’s vision to life. McClure’s area of expertise is in guiding its clients on making long-term capital investments in the areas of aviation, bridge, community development, construction observation, development, geotechnical, GIS, landscape architecture, MEP, structural, survey, traffic, transportation, and water. For more information on McClure, visit www.mcclurevision.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.