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T.Y Lin International Welcomes Michael Bramhall, P.E., and T.J. Labore, P.E., to Aviation Sector Team, East Region

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T.Y. Lin International (TYLI), a globally recognized full-service infrastructure consulting firm, announces two additions to the firm’s Aviation Sector team in the East Region. Michael Bramhall, P.E., has been hired as Airfield Technical Director. In addition, T.J. Labore, P.E., has been hired as a Senior Aviation Engineer. Bramhall and Labore bring their extensive experience to support the firm’s ever-expanding professional Aviation practice in the region.

Bramhall joins TYLI with a 22-year career in airport engineering, which includes consulting, civil design, and administering airport improvement projects for general aviation and commercial, international, and military airports throughout the northeast region, as well as nationally and globally.

Labore comes to TYLI with more than 14 years of technical airside and landside engineering experience in support of the aviation sector. He has served as the lead design engineer responsible for scheduling, design, and quality control and assurance for numerous airport improvement projects throughout the East Coast and beyond.

“There is no substitute for a great team,” said Gerard Salernitano, TYLI Associate Vice President, Aviation Sector, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions. “We are excited for the opportunity to work with such talented colleagues and look forward to many successful future endeavors across T.Y Lin International’s East Region.”

A registered Professional Engineer in New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, and New Jersey, Bramhall received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Technology from the Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, Massachusetts. He is a member of industry organizations such as the New York Aviation Management Association, the American Association of Airport Executives, and the Massachusetts Airport Managers Association.

Labore is a registered Professional Engineer in New Hampshire. He also earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Technology from the Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston.