Syska Hennessy Group, Inc. continues to grow its foothold and expand its services as an engineering leader throughout Southern California by opening a new office in Orange County, California. Industry leader Robin Mosley, P.E., LEED AP has joined the firm as site leader for the Orange County office and is responsible for supporting clients and growing business throughout the Southwest region.
Mosley has a diverse portfolio of experience in commercial, health care, and laboratory, hospitality, institutional and higher education projects that align with Syska's projects in the region. His previous projects include: TOVA Hotel, Palm Springs, CA; Hoag Healthcare, CA; Harvey Mudd Drinkward Residence Hall, Claremont, CA; SDSU Engineering Interdisciplinary Building, San Diego, CA; Chapman University Center for Science and Technology, Orange County, CA; luxury highrise American Copper Buildings, New York, NY; Parish Art Museum, Watermill, NY; WESTMED medical group, NY; and Yale New Residential Colleges, New Haven, CT.
Robin is a sustainability guru who loves contributing innovative design approaches and driving technical excellence on projects. He lives with his wife and three children in Orange County, is an avid golfer and enjoys cycling. He looks forward to connecting with all our clients and partners in the region and creating great projects together!
"The southwest market has fueled Syska's recent expansion with years of double-digit revenue growth and increased activity, so we wanted to locate our office and team talent with our clients in Orange County," said John Passanante, Western Region Leader. "We are excited that Robin has joined us and will provide his technical prowess and exceptional service locally."
Mosley adds, "Our expanded presence allows us to meet growing demands of businesses in Orange County and throughout Southern California. I'm excited to be a part of this team to help drive growth and to provide the Syska client experience that we are known for. I'm looking forward to meeting with our clients to learn how we can help them thrive in an exciting market."