WSB strengthens leadership in Florida with hiring of new vice president 

July 10, 2024

Jacksonville, FL. – WSB, the fast-growing design and consulting firm, today announced the strategic hiring of Rob Mizell. Mizell has joined WSB as vice president of transportation and will support the firm while establishing its national presence and growing the transportation division in Florida.

Mizell has over 30 years of industry experience in both the private and public sector in northeast and central Florida. His background makes him well equipped to lead the division to new heights in Florida.

Rob Mizell

“Rob has an impressive reputation, and his experience and leadership in the industry speaks for itself,” said Jon Chiglo, chief operating officer. “Our mindsets and values aligned regarding advancing technology in the industry and introducing clients to our innovative approaches. He’s a fantastic fit for our firm, and with his leadership we will see growth in our transportation services.”

Based in the firm’s Jacksonville office, Mizell will oversee the transportation division in Florida. Rob will build staff and client relationships throughout the state, continue to advance infrastructure by introducing southeast clients to technology strategies and provide support for overall growth. His background and knowledge will help position WSB as a powerhouse firm in the area.

“I was initially drawn to WSB because of its aggressive growth strategy,” said Mizell. “I am extremely impressed with the colleagues I have met and the advanced strategies the firm applies to its projects. WSB has a wide variety of services and innovative techniques to better support communities and clients. I am eager to further develop our footprint in Florida and establish WSB as a go-to firm.”

WSB joined the southeast market in February 2024 through the acquisition of AE Engineering Inc., a high-growth transportation infrastructure engineering firm based in Jacksonville, Florida. WSB has nearly doubled staff in the last year and provides services across the United States.

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