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Hunt Engineers, Architects elects new officers to board

HORSEHEADS, N.Y. — Hunt Engineers, Architects & Land Surveyors, PC has elected two officers to its corporate board of directors.

Firm principal, Christopher Bond (top picture), was elected vice president, and principal Darin Rathbun was chosen as corporate secretary.

“Both of these professionals serve key roles in ongoing projects and the future direction of Hunt,” Dan Bower, company president, said in a news release.

Bond joined Hunt in 1988 and is currently director of structural engineering. He also leads the company’s professional council, the leadership group that manages workload and professional operations of the firm, the release said.

Rathbun joined Hunt in 2000 and is the office manager for the Towanda, Pa. office. 

He is also a structural engineer and has led many project teams for industrial, educational, and private projects, the release said. 

This work has included forensic engineering, where structural problems are suspected, emergency response for structure failures, and the demolition of structures with connections to adjacent facilities.

Hunt Engineers, Architects & Land Surveyors employs 110 people and has offices in Horseheads, Rochester, and Towanda, Pa., according to the news release.

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