CenterPoint Hires 3 New Managers

CenterPoint Integrated Solutions recruited 3 key employees’ due to recent growth. Lisa Kissler and Michael White, PE joined the Civil Engineering Division, and Jim Langel, PE joined the Development Services Team.

“The additional staff will assist in fulfilling CenterPoint’s vision to become known as the development services and civil engineering firm with the best customer experience,” said President Greg Toler. “We were able to achieve our hiring goals in this tough competitive market by finding proven people who fit into our company culture,” he said.

Lisa Kissler joined as the director of business development for the Civil Engineering Division of the company. She has over 10 years of new business development experience growing commercial real estate clients nationally and is now responsible for expanding the civil engineering market sector in Colorado and neighboring states. Kissler brings extensive knowledge of the Denver construction market having moved to Denver in 1986. She holds a B.A. from the University of Colorado, Boulder.

Michael White, P.E. is a civil engineering project manager with over 12 years’ experience in land development, transportation, and utility infrastructure design. White successfully manages civil engineering projects throughout the Denver Metro area and the greater Front Range region, guiding projects from inception to final occupancy. He specializes in residential and commercial site design, with a strong emphasis on value engineering to realize developers’ visions in a practical and cost-effective manner. He holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Drexel University.

Jim Langel, P.E. has more than a decade of engineering, managing and constructing complex projects. As a development manager, Jim will manage the successful feasibility and site development for key national clients. He is a professional civil engineer in multiple states with an emphasis in site development and underground utilities. Jim holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Iowa, and is currently pursuing an M.S. in Engineering Management from the University of Kansas.