Collier Engineering, Inc. Adds Traffic, Geotechnical Engineering Personnel

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Collier Engineering, Inc., Nashville, announced the recent hiring of, Amy Burch, P.E. and Samuel Vance, P.E.

Amy Burch joins Collier’s Transportation Management Division after having been employed with RPM

Transportation Consultants in Nashville since 2008. While at RPM, she served as Project Manager for

Metro Nashville’s Traffic Management Program. Amy has extensive experience in transportationamy-burch

engineering and traffic impact analysis also having worked for a traffic engineering consultant firm in

New York City. She obtained her Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Civil Engineering from Vanderbilt

University and a Masters of Science Degree in Transportation Planning and Engineering from NYU

Tandon School of Engineering. Ms. Burch recently received the 2016 Jack Humphreys Young Member

Award which recognizes the top young traffic engineer in Tennessee. She is a member of the Tennessee

Society of Professional Engineers, Institute of Transportation Engineers, and the Nashville Chapter of the

Urban Land Institute.

Prior to joining Collier Engineering in 2016, Sam spent the past twenty five (25) years working in the

geotechnical engineering field, most recently with Terracon Consultants, Inc. and previously with AMECsam-vance

Earth and Environmental. Mr. Vance is currently managing Collier’s Geotechnical Engineering Division

and Materials Testing Lab. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from

Tennessee Tech and is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Chad Collier, President of Collier Engineering, Inc. stated, “We are excited to add these two highly

qualified professionals to our firm. Amy and Sam bring a wealth of experience and expertise in their

respective fields which will allow us to continue to expand services to our clients.”

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