February 23, 2022
Carl R. Ice College of Engineering alumni honored for early career success
The Kansas State University Carl R. Ice College of Engineering will honor 10 alumni for significant early to mid-career success. The honorees will be recognized at an award celebration March 5.
Recipients of the college’s Professional Progress Award were nominated by their respective department heads and confirmed by Matt O’Keefe, dean of engineering. One of the recipients is our very own, long-time Eby employee Brian Truskett.
K-State News stated: “Brian Truskett, Wichita, is a 2001 graduate of Kansas State University in construction science and management. Upon graduation, he accepted a position with Eby Construction in its Austin, Texas, office, where he spent the next four years working as a field engineer on heavy infrastructure projects. In late 2004, Truskett and his wife, Cristy, moved back to Wichita so he could continue with Eby at its corporate headquarters. In 2015, Truskett was promoted to business development manager, where he now focuses on building relationships within the community and forging partnerships with business owners, architects, engineers and subcontractors. Truskett represents Eby in the various nonprofit organizations he works with, such as Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kansas, the United Way and the Salvation Army. In addition, he has enjoyed being Eby’s representative on the K-State campus with regular recruiting trips.”
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Congratulations for the well-deserved recognition, Brian!