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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 4, 2010
City appoints assistant city manager for infrastructure
The City of Kansas City, Mo., announced the appointment of Sherri McIntyre as the new assistant city manager for infrastructure.
“The City is very fortunate to have someone with Sherri’s extensive experience, skill set and passion for excellence in this newly created position,” said Troy Schulte, acting city manager. “We look forward to her contributions and moving the City forward in the areas infrastructure planning and coordination, and capital improvement construction process improvements.”
As the Assistant City Manager for Infrastructure, McIntyre will provide oversight and inter-department coordination for all infrastructure projects while acting as a liaison between City departments and the City Manager’s Office.
McIntyre has worked in the fields of civil engineering, public works and transportation since 1986 and has been a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Missouri since 1991.
McIntyre previously worked for Delich Roth and Goodwillie, P.A. Engineers, where she served as senior engineer. Her career includes engineering, project management, planning and administrative positions with HDR Engineering, Inc. (2005 – 2008), the City of Kansas City, Mo. (1997 – 2005), and the Missouri Department of Transportation (1986 – 1997).
McIntyre has a master’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Missouri – Columbia and a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Iowa.
McIntyre will start May 10.
Media inquiries and other requests for more information about this appointment should be directed to Troy Schulte, acting city manager, city manager’s office 816-513-1408.