Matt Shergalis Joins NSBA as Marketing Manager
September 10, 2014 from American Institute of Steel Construction
(Chicago, IL) - NSBA is proud to welcome Matt Shergalis as its new Marketing Manager. In this position, he is responsible for providing strategic leadership in NSBA’s efforts to build market share for steel bridges in the U.S.
“We’re very happy to have Matt on board as he completes the reconstruction/expansion of the NSBA team, which now has more manpower than ever,” said Bill McEleney, NSBA’s managing director. “Matt will keep his finger on the pulse of the bridge market and will be communicating with bridge owners and designers to understand their needs and respond to them.”
Prior to joining NSBA, Shergalis worked as a structural staff engineer for TLF Engineers, Inc., in Indianapolis, where he was responsible for the design of various projects including an office building expansion, a university athletic facility expansion and renovation and customized platform systems for commercial applications. He also recently received his MBA from Butler University in Indianapolis. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Magna Cum Laude, from Trine University in Angola, Ind.
Shergalis can be reached at 312.670.5415 or [email protected].
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American Institute of Steel Construction
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