MRB Group President and CEO Ryan Colvin, P.E., recently announced that Trey Taylor has joined the firm to lead its engineering team in Temple, TX, as Operations Manager.
Taylor is a civil engineer with extensive expertise in project management, site and infrastructure design, and support for major development. He joins the MRB Group team with over 20 years of direct experience with water and wastewater treatment systems and related infrastructure.
“Trey is a well-known leader in the engineering field,” said Colvin. “His track record and previous experience provides us with tremendous confidence about his strengths and ability to lead our teams and support our clients, right from the start,” said Colvin.
“Trey will guide MRB Group’s continued expansion of services needed to support strategic and well-planned development in Central Texas,” Colvin said. “As a native of the area, he is well-acquainted with its communities and will be a tremendous resource to municipal leaders,” Colvin stated.
“MRB Group’s success and rapid expansion is entirely client-driven,” said Taylor. “I really look forward to working with talented, multi-disciplined teams, and focusing on what needs to be done to bring greater prosperity and economic development to Central Texas,” he stated.
Taylor received his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He has been involved with the design and implementation of projects involving wastewater and water systems of all types and sizes, from those in small communities to major facilities in Austin, San Antonio, Round Rock, Killeen, College Station, Georgetown, and Bell County. Colvin believes that Taylor’s hands-on experience will help him better support local government leadership.
“Trey’s additional strengths include an understanding and appreciation of the logistical and financial impacts of major projects on day-to-day operations,” Colvin continued. “Clients rely on us to become an active participant on their team. We help ensure that not only do projects succeed, but the rest of their operations can continue seamlessly,” he added.
“We are excited to have Trey join the MRB Group team and provide this enhanced level of service to our clients,” Colvin concluded.
MRB Group has served local governments, counties, utility districts, and institutions for more than 90 years, providing engineering, architecture, and general municipal services. Some communities have worked with the firm and its engineering and planning teams for over 50 consecutive years.
MRB Group team members currently assist more than 150 communities with day-to-day operations, including long term planning and engineering for maintenance of critical assets like water and wastewater treatment, support for public works services, and architecture for rehabilitation of public facilities. MRB Group’s support for municipal operations includes strategic and capital planning, planning board services, and both community and economic development.