Guy Meiron started their career with Fugro Horizons in 1990 after graduating from Parks College of St. Louis University with a Bachelor of Science degree in aerospace engineering. He started his career at Fugro as a project manager where for 8 years he managed a large diversity of projects ranging from mining companies, municipalities, counties, multiple Army Corps of Engineers districts, multiple FEMA districts, Bureau of Reclamation, USDA, USGS, consulting engineering firms, numerous State DOTs and others. In 1998, he earned his Professional Engineers license in the state of South Dakota and was promoted to Director of Engineering and in 2000, he was promoted to Vice-President of Engineering where he was responsible for all production departments including compilation, orthophotography, LiDAR, graphics edit (GIS), quality and project management.
In 2011, he accepted his current position as Science and Technology Manager at Fugro’s Frederick, MD office. He is responsible for the overall management of the Science and Technology department. He leads the planning, development, implementation and integration of technology and systems required to maintain business operations and competitiveness.