HRG names new president as part of succession plan

Jason Fralick - (Photo / Submitted)

Herbert Rowland & Grubic Inc., a Swatara Township-based civil engineering firm, is making some executive changes as part of a leadership succession plan.

The Dauphin County firm said this week that Jason Fralick will assume the role of president, effective Jan. 1. He will replace Robert Grubic, who will remain CEO and chairman of the board. 

Fralick joined the company in 1991 as an intern and has since held various leadership positions. He is currently the firm’s western region vice president.

The firm’s western region includes offices in State College, Lewisburg, Pittsburgh and Morgantown, West Virginia.

“HRG is where I began my career and it is where I intend to finish it,” Fralick said.

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Grubic has been with HRG for 45 years, including the last 29 years as president and CEO.

Meanwhile, Andrew Kenworthy, who serves as eastern region vice president, will assume the newly created position of COO. He has been with HRG for 23 years. 

HRG finished 2017 with $30.9 million in revenue, according to Business Journal records. The company has nine offices: seven in Pennsylvania and two in Ohio and West Virginia.

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