Thursday, June 10, 2021
Ruby+Associates, Inc. is proud to announce that two new engineers and three summer interns have joined the firm.
Shery Gergis, a Windsor, Ontario resident, joined Ruby as a contract employee in June 2020, and was hired full-time with the firm in May 2021. Gergis earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Windsor in 2017, and worked with a Windsor-based consulting engineer for two years prior to joining Ruby.
Jonathan Yaldo, also a Windsor resident, joined Ruby full-time in May 2021 after spending a year with the firm as a contract employee. Yaldo earned a Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering (with Co-Op) degree from the University of Windsor in 2019. He worked as an Engineer-in-Training and Detailer with a Windsor-based consulting engineer for a year prior to joining Ruby.
Markus Bryant will spend the summer as an engineering intern with Ruby. Bryant attends North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NCAT) in Greensboro and will graduate in May 2022 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. Bryant has had prior internships with M.A. Mortenson Company; Marathon Petroleum Company, and Dominion Energy.
Jabari Lamb will intern with Ruby during the summer of 2021. Lamb also attends NCAT, and will graduate in May 2022 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering with a minor in Physics. Lamb is a student in the NCAT Honors Program and is the recipient of a College of Engineering Merit Scholarship. He spent a semester in 2020 at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa, through NCAT’s ISEP Study Abroad program.
Andrew Webster will spend the summer as a Ruby engineering intern in 2021. Webster attends Michigan State University and will graduate in May 2023 with a degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Prior to joining Ruby in 2020, Webster had an internship with Barton Malow Company’s LEAPS program , where he relocated to Lancaster, Pennsylvania to work on the Penn State Health Lancaster Medical Center project. Webster earned a Structural Engineers Association of Michigan (SEAMi) Scholarship in 2020.