NORTH KANSAS CITY, Missouri, August 24, 2018 – Paul Osborne, PE, has joined McClure, a Midwest-based Engineering, Surveying, and Planning firm as Team Leader of Development Services, based out of the North Kansas City, Missouri office.
“I’m looking forward to working with the team and help mentor everyone, and to help them become better engineers,” said Osborne. “I’m also hoping to keep clients and everyone in the office happy.”
“We are very excited to bring Paul to the McClure land development team. He brings with him a breadth of civil engineering experience, and is committed to making our clients successful. Paul is also devoted to growing young engineers, which is one of the traits that really excites me about having him at McClure,” said Matt Kist, Vice President of Development Services.
Osborne previously worked at Olsson Associates (formerly Lutjen Inc.), a multidisciplinary design firm, as Team Leader for six years. He brings over two decades of project management and design services experience to the company.
At McClure, Osborne will be responsible for conducting commercial and industrial site development, working with engineers on his team to further their professional growth, and providing client services.
Osborne holds a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Missouri, Columbia.
McClure was founded in 1956. With a vision of making lives better, McClure’s mission is to build relationships to help its clients be successful. McClure’s area of expertise is in guiding its clients in making long-term capital investments. The company specializes in public infrastructure and capital improvements planning in the areas of placemaking, transportation, water, wastewater, stormwater, environmental, structural, bridge, rail and transloading, land development, landscape architecture, aviation, surveying, and mapping (including 3D high definition scanning and UAV mapping) projects throughout the Midwest and nationally. For more information on the company and services provided, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.mecresults.com.