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Welcome Summer 2021 Interns!

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The GBA team of companies is excited to announce the start of our Summer Internship Program and introduce our Summer 2021 Interns:     Aidan Leaird School: Purdue University Department: Life Sciences Office: Broomfield         Anna Swoboda School: University of Nebraska-Omaha Department: Life Sciences Office: Lenexa       Camron Gibson School: Kansas State University Department: GBA Read More>

Compli is Now Owned by GBA

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LENEXA, Kan. – George Butler Associates, Inc. (GBA) is excited to announce the acquisition of Compli, LLC. GBA identified commissioning, validation and regulatory services in the life sciences industry as a growing sector during strategic planning and made plans to expand capabilities in that space. “Compli has been a long-term partner with GBA, the two groups work very well together, Read More>
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GBA Promotes Employee Development Through Young Professionals Group

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The purpose behind GBA’s newly launched Young Professionals Group is simple: cultivate an environment where young professionals can develop, grow and thrive by providing networking and professional development opportunities. As the firm continues to see a growing number of college graduates and young professionals join its team, it is important to give them the opportunity to engage, share their voice Read More>
Sterile vaccine manufacturing facility with researchers working

Preparing Your Vaccine Manufacturing Facility for the Future

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The success of a vaccine manufacturing facility has a major impact on public health. GBA can create remarkable solutions for these facilities through our design-build experience in the pharmaceutical industry. Looking Toward the Future As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many manufactures are asking the question: How can we be better equipped for the future? The challenges of a Read More>
Group photo of interns.

Getting Out of the Classroom and Into a Career: GBA’s Internship Program

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At GBA, our internship program is focused on getting students out of the classroom and into their career. GBA’s Human Resources department concentrates on recruiting the best and brightest students to participate in our summer internship program. “Our goal is to attract talented students on college campuses and help them explore their career options at GBA,” said Danielle Stetzenbach, GBA Read More>

GBA’s Craig Rogge Named Buildings Group Principal

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GBA is excited to announce the promotion of Craig Rogge to Buildings Group Principal. Rogge brings more than 34 years of experience involving all phases of the building process to his new role. Starting as a project architect at GBA in 1996, Rogge has led the firm’s Architecture Department in projects for the pharmaceutical, consumer products, commercial real estate and Read More>

GBA’s John Cooper Named Transportation Principal

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GBA is thrilled to announce the promotion of John Cooper to Transportation Principal. Cooper has over 25 years of experience as a construction inspector, project manager and group leader for construction engineering and inspection services. Starting as an associate leading the Construction Engineering & Inspection Department at GBA in 2007, he has worked on notable projects throughout his career with Read More>

GBA Celebrates 50 Years of Remarkable Solutions in the Architecture/Engineering Industry

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On June 23, 2019, GBA will mark its 50th year of carrying out its core purpose: creating remarkable solutions for a higher quality of life. Founded by civil engineer George Butler, the firm George E. Butler & Associates, Inc. started with ten employees in an office on the sixth floor of a downtown Kansas City, Missouri office. Specializing in site Read More>
Aerial view of interchange post-construction.

Divergabout Design Awarded APWA Kansas City Chapter Project of the Year

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On Wednesday, May 22, 2019, the American Public Works Association Kansas City Chapter announced that the US-50 @ MO-291S Interchange was chosen for its Public Works Project of the Year (Transportation Project category – over $5 million but less than $25 million). The innovative divergabout design used in GBA’s winning entry was a joint effort with the Missouri Department of Read More>