Baillie, Castro, Nesbit, Broissin named to regional positions
In an Oct. 30 press release, Pendergrass, Ga.-based TenCate Geosynthetics Americas announced the appointments of four new regional engineering business managers: Brian Baillie, Nathalia Castro, Brock Nesbit, and Juan Pablo Broissin.
Brian Baillie has joined TenCate Geosynthetics as the engineering business manager for the company’s south central region. He is based in Austin, Texas. Baillie has a BSCE degree from Louisiana State University and is a professional civil engineer with 15 years of experience in structural and geotechnical design, with a focus on geosynthetic and environmental applications. Baillie’s previous experience also includes geosynthetics technical and sales positions with Huesker Inc. and Raven Industries. His new territory includes Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Mississippi.
Nathalia Castro has joined TenCate Geosynthetics as the engineering business manager for the southeast region based in Tampa, Fla. Castro has a BSCE degree in civil engineering and a master’s degree in geotechnical engineering. Her master’s program included research on geosynthetics functions and applications. Castro’s professional career has also included 10 years of design experience with geosynthetics as technical sales manager at Geosoluções, a Strata company, and as senior geotechnical engineer at Allonda Geossintéticos. In her new position, Castro’s territory includes Florida, Alabama, and the Caribbean.
Brock Nesbit has joined TenCate Geosynthetics as the engineering business manager for western Canada based in Vancouver, B.C. Nesbit is a civil and structural technology graduate of the British Columbia Institute of Technology, He has more than 19 years of technical sales experience in the heavy civil/industrial construction sectors, including geosynthetics applications with Armtec. Nesbit’s territory includes British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Yukon, and Northwest Territories.
Juan Pablo Broissin has joined TenCate Geosynthetics as the engineering business manager for Latin America and he is based in Mexico City. Broissin has a degree in civil engineering from the National Polytechnic Institute in Mexico City and also has a master’s degree in business administration. Since his graduation, he has been working in engineering and construction, and has spent the last five years in the geosynthetics industry. In his new position, Broissin is responsible for Mexico, Central America, and South America.