In order to better serve a rapidly expanding client base, Truescan3D recently hired a new project manager and sales lead.
Brendan Welsh, PE, PS will serve as project manager, bringing his experience as both a surveyor and engineer. Most recently having worked in Alaska, Brendan has several years of experience as a project manager for different types of projects and understands the intricacies of a project from start to finish.
He has also had direct experience with laser scanning and is able to ensure clients get the quality of work they deserve, meaning it is delivered quickly, accurately and within budget.
In his new role, Brendan will assist with quality control, planning and project execution. He will ensure client needs are met and projects have adequate staff and resources to be accomplished up to Truescan3D standards.
Kevin Foster will serve as the new sales lead, bringing more than 20 years of experience in business development, project management and site design experience in the architecture and engineering consulting services industry.
Kevin will often be the first point of contact for potential clients and among other duties will help potential clients understand the benefits and limitations of 3D laser scanning technology. Additionally he will help facilitate client relationships.
The addition of Brendan and Kevin brings the total number of Truescan3D staff to 8 with additional resources available from Truescan’s parent company, The Kleingers Group.
With an expanding client base and a number of recent and ongoing notable projects — including the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal and the Washington University Medical Center in St. Louis, Missouri, Truescan3D expects further growth in 2017.