Pare is Pleased to Introduce Our Newest Team Members!

Firm News | Feb 2019

Pare is Pleased to Introduce Our Newest Team Members!

February 04, 2019  |  Firm News
Pare Corporation is pleased to introduce our newest team members!

Sunder (Sunny) Lakshminarayanan, P.E. joined the Environmental Division as a Managing Engineer. Lakshminarayanan’s extensive background in civil engineering, coupled with his significant experience in water and wastewater infrastructure projects will be a great asset to Pare’s water and wastewater treatment work. He has worked across the Northeast United States and abroad. He has a B.S. in Civil Engineering, an M.S. in Civil/Environmental Engineering, and an MBA from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

Robert Muganga joined the Geotechnical Division as a Senior Project Engineer. He has a strong background in deep foundation & soil analysis, project management with dams & tunneling, and large-scale project experience. During his career he has worked extensively in Africa, especially in Uganda and South Africa, as well as in California and Massachusetts. He has a bachelor’s in Geology & Chemistry from Makerere University and a master’s in Civil Engineering with a focus on Geotechnical from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. As part of his graduate work, he completed internships at the Massachusetts Toxic Reduction Institute and MassDOT. Muganga is a licensed engineer in South Africa and is actively completing the licensing process in the United States.

Ronald Guillotte, Jr. joined Pare as a Senior Engineer in the Transportation Division’s Bridge Group. He has a wide range of experience in transportation and civil engineering projects that he will utilize to support Pare’s bridge projects. Guillotte earned his bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, where he was involved in the Student Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Todd Garner, P.E. came to Pare in December from Utah as a Structural Project Engineer in the Civil Division. In addition to a strong background in industrial and structural design, he brings experience in developing software tools for structural design and analysis to his role at Pare. Garner earned his bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from Arizona State University.

Ryan Lozinski was recently hired as an Engineer upon completing an internship at Pare in the Geotechnical Division. Lozinski earned his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Merrimack College and a master’s in Civil Engineering, focusing on Geotechnical Engineering, from the University of Rhode Island. As an undergraduate, he also interned for four years at the Rhode Island Department of Transportation. While a student at Merrimack College, he was an active member of the Student Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Matt Morrissey accepted a full-time position in Pare’s Transportation Division upon earning his bachelor’s in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Rhode Island in December. Morrissey completed two summer internships at Pare during which he completed field work, assisted with Rhode Island Statewide Drainage Inspections, and supported a project on the Johnson and Wales University campus.

Kim Sousa has joined the Transportation Division as the Administrative Assistant. In addition to her strong technical skills, she has a diverse administrative background that includes special event and project management. Sousa earned her B.S. in Business Administration from Nichols College.