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Bursich Hires Business Development and Finance Employees

April 7, 2009


Pottstown, Pa. – Bursich Associates, Inc., a full-service civil engineering firm based in Pottstown, Pa., has hired Anthony J. Marinello, CPA, as finance director and Kayla K. Stauffer as business development coordinator.

Tony comes to Bursich with more than 20 years experience in accounting and finance. He was most recently the assistant manager of financial reporting at Wawa, Inc. and before that was accounting manager for QVC, Inc. His primary goal will be to ensure the firm’s continued success in the areas of accounting and financial operations for the firm.

Tony graduated from Villanova University and is a Certified Public Accountant. In addition, he has a Master’s Degree from Penn State University.

Kayla joins Bursich with five years experience in Marketing and Business Development. Previously, she worked with an engineering firm in Philadelphia and most recently worked for home builder T.H. Properties. Kayla will be working alongside Brian Fraley, director of business development, to assist in all marketing and business development efforts.

“By retaining Kayla Stauffer and Tony Marinello, we are showing our commitment to business development and financial management, two essential but often neglected elements in a turbulent economy,” said President Scott Exley. “Bursich focuses on retaining the best employees regardless of economic conditions.”


Bursich Associates, Inc., founded in 1972, is an engineering, planning, and land surveying firm based in Pottstown, Pa., with locations in Leesport and Southampton. The firm specializes in highway and roadway design; bridge, culvert, and retaining wall design; water and wastewater engineering; land development site design engineering and stormwater management; and land surveying throughout Pennsylvania,. With a staff of more than 50 professionals, Bursich services residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional clients in the private sector and local, county, state, and federal government within the public sector.