Robert Vinet Joins KSA as Regional Client Service Leader
KSA Engineers, Inc. (KSA) is pleased to announce that Robert F. Vinet, P.E. has joined the firm as a Regional Client Service Leader and will work out of the Shreveport office. Vinet will play a key role in servicing the needs of existing clients and projects while developing new business opportunities for the firm.
Headquartered in Longview, Texas, KSA provides a broad range of consulting, management, engineering, architecture, planning, surveying, and construction services to our clients across the south-central United States.
With nearly 25-years of professional experience, Vinet comes to KSA from AT&T where he served as the Regional Director for External and Governmental Affairs for North and Central Louisiana. Prior to that, he was the Marketing Director for the Red River Waterway Commission and worked as a consulting engineer for Burk-Kleinpeter, Inc. (BKI).
Vinet is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Louisiana and holds Bachelor of Science degrees in both Mechanical and Civil Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Engineering from Louisiana Tech University.
“KSA has a long and rich history of successfully serving clients and communities,” Vinet said.
“With a strong set of core values and sharp-focus forward, KSA is committed to helping build the future and I am beyond proud to be a part of this incredible company.”
Vinet was born in New Orleans and raised in Shreveport where he graduated from Caddo Magnet High School. While at Louisiana Tech, he met and married his wife, Angela. They will celebrate their 24th year of marriage later this year, and have three (3) sons: Julien, 15, William, 13, and Christian, 10.
“We’re excited to have Robert join our team and look forward to the expertise and energy he brings to KSA and the clients and communities we serve,” said KSA President & CEO Mitch Fortner, “As a Louisiana native, Louisiana Tech graduate, and having lived throughout North Louisiana, he understands the needs of the region, the state as a whole, and how to find solutions to meet those needs.”