Terry Marshall Trains for a spot in the London 2012 Olympic Games

Terry Marshall, a design engineer in O’Brien & Gere’s Syracuse, NY office location, is currently training for a spot on the Olympic team in Barbados, his home country. Following his full-time work in civil engineering at O’Brien & Gere, Terry trains for up to three hours each day. He will travel to Barbados on June 23, 2012 to compete in the 110-meter hurdles and a chance to represent his country in the London 2012 Olympic Games.


At O’Brien & Gere, Terry works on various projects in the municipal sector, performing engineering assessments, data collection, and water and wastewater design and mapping. He received an MS and BS in Civil Engineering from the L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science at Syracuse University and is a member of the American Society for Civil Engineers and National Society of Black Engineers.


See Terry Marshall featured on Channel 9 News in Syracuse, NY.

About O’Brien & Gere
O’Brien & Gere is an employee-owned engineering and project delivery company with over 850 scientists, engineers, construction, and operations personnel located in 30 offices across the U.S. With a 65-year history of applying technology and innovation, O’Brien & Gere is a leader in providing water, energy, environmental, and facility solutions for its public and private sector clients.

Press Contact: Kristin Halpin, O’Brien & Gere
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