Nobis Group Appoints Two New Directors to Board

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(Concord, NH) Nobis Group, a 100% employee-owned consulting firm providing a wide variety of engineering and environmental solutions to clients throughout the Northeast and U.S., is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Adams, PE and Pete Delano, PE to the company’s Board of Directors.

Nobis Group Senior Vice President Pete Delano
Nobis Group Vice President of Operations Chris Adams

Adams joined Nobis Group in 1999 and brings 24 years of design, construction, and management related industry experience. He serves as Vice President of Operations where he oversees Nobis Group’s resources with a focus on technical growth, process efficiency, technology integration, and overall project delivery excellence.


Delano joined Nobis Group in 1995 and serves as Senior Vice President of Marketing & Sales where he’s responsible for shaping and leading Nobis Group’s overall strategic growth and business development initiatives. Delano brings 36 years of management, executive, and business development industry experience.

“I’m extremely pleased to have both Chris and Pete as new Directors on the Board. Both have played a big part in Nobis’s success over many years. And, as Nobis now aims for further growth as a 100% employee-owned company, their continued leadership will be key,” said Ken Koornneef, Nobis CEO and Board Chairman. Kirk Leoni, CPA and Roseline Bougher, President of A.D. Marble & Company, continue to serve on Nobis Group’s Board, also as Directors.


About Nobis Group

Nobis Group, founded in 1988, is an award-winning engineering and environmental services consulting firm providing expertise and solutions for public and private projects throughout the Northeast and U.S. Nobis Group offers civil engineering, geotechnical engineering, water supply, and environmental remediation expertise. Nobis Group is an employee-owned company with a legacy of collaboration, responsiveness, employee-focused workplace culture, and community involvement.