Meet the Faces of Orlando 2017—Part Two
In this series we will meet the faces behind some of the city’s most notable businesses.
The Faces of ENGINEERING – David Kipp, PE; Bryan Mehaffey; Brian Phillips, PE; John Ball, PE, Burns Engineering
Burns is a 200-person full-service engineering firm providing services for transportation, facilities, and infrastructure projects. With offices located across the U.S., they deliver facility improvement and infrastructure projects that provide safe and reliable transportation, increase operating capacity, extend infrastructure life, reduce environmental impact, and truly transform built environments for their Aviation, Energy & Utilities, Higher Education, Healthcare, Railroad & Transit, and Transportation clients.
Burns is currently working with the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) to create a world-class experience for passengers. South Terminal C and an Automated People Mover—two exciting new projects at Orlando International Airport—set the stage for a remarkable traveler experience. In addition, Central Florida’s science and technology (STEM) related industries are blossoming through research, manufacturing and education. Burns provides thought leadership and innovation in the facilities and utilities that support this important mission.
Burns is also well-versed in energy resilience and smart infrastructure implementation—meaningmission-critical businesses throughout Central Florida rely on them to create increased power reliability through microgrids, distributed generation, and power storage. It sounds boring—until people are stuck upside down on a roller coaster!
“Burns’tagline—Inspire.Create.Deliver.—is our promise to our clients to deliver solutions while helping them meet their goals,” said Brian Phillips, PE, Vice President. “We are proud to help industries across the region grow and thrive, and look forward to what the future holds for Central Florida.”
300 South Orange Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801
The Face of A FAMILY BUSINESS – Harvey L. Massey, Andrea Massey-Farrell, and Tony Massey, Massey Services
Growing up in a small town in Louisiana, Harvey L. Massey enjoyed working in his family business. So it was no surprise that after working for two of the giants in the industry (Orkin and Terminix), he returned to his roots to pursue a dream of a family business. In 1985, he purchased a small pest company headquartered in Orlando, FL.
In 1989 his son, Tony, joined the company and now serves as President of Massey Services. “My father has always provided
important life lessons. For example we learned the definition of discipline from him, which is ‘to make yourself do what needs to be done, when it needs to be done, whether you want to or not.’”
In 1997, Massey’s youngest daughter, Andrea, joined the company and currently serves as President and CEO of The Harvey and Carol Massey Foundation. Her parents are an inspirational example. “They live life not only talking the talk, but walking the talk,” said Andrea. The Massey family has built a service company which has enjoyed 33 consecutive years of profitable growth, the nation’s fifth-largest pest company and the largest privately-owned family company in the industry. Massey Services is now located in Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, South Carolina and North Carolina and offers pest prevention, termite protection and landscape services to over 500,000 customers.
315 Groveland Street
Orlando, FL 32804
The Face of WINTER PARK REAL ESTATE – Kelly L. Price, Kelly Price & Company
Kelly L. Price is the face of one of Central Florida’s most prominent real estate firms. A powerhouse broker and an ambassador to her hometown community of Winter Park, Kelly has been moving people into the “City Beautiful” for more than 25 years.
When she opened the doors to Kelly Price & Company in 2002, she simply promised integrity, loyalty and unwavering enthusiasm. Today, that motto echoes throughout Central Florida as Kelly Price & Company has become a leading institution, backed by some of the most awarded sales associates in the industry.
More than a real estate firm, Kelly Price & Company represents community and family, exemplifying the commitment that is required to provide each and every client with superior, award-winning service. Her company’s open door policy invites clients to stop by her office any time, where an agent is always available to meet and answer client questions. Helping buyers and sellers from Winter Park to Windermere, and downtown Orlando to New Smyrna Beach, Kelly Price & Company is proud to represent Central Florida’s residents and most distinguished homes and communities.
243 W. Park Ave.
Winter Park, FL
The Face of THE CIGAR LIFESTYLE – Jeff Borysiewicz, Corona Cigar Company
Jeff Borysiewicz, president and founder of Corona Cigar Company, is the guru of premium cigars, whisky and tobacco. From growing their exclusive Florida Sun Grown cigar tobacco on their farm in Clermont, to handcrafting their own cigars to procuring prized barrels of the world’s most exclusive whiskies, Borysiewicz has always been focused on bringing aficionados “the ultimate cigar experience.”
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The Face of BANKING ON COMMUNITY – Bank of America
Steve Alch, Bank of America Market President / Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Market Executive, Junior Achievement of Central Florida, Sweetwater Episcopal Academy & Orlando Economic Partnership board member
Marisa Carnevale-Henderson, Global Commercial Banking Market Executive, YMCA of Central Florida & Orlando Economic Partnership board member
Chuck Beverly, Middle Market Banking Senior Relationship Manager & Orlando Science Center board member
Zak Odhwani, US Trust Private Wealth Management Market Executive
Jodie Hardman, Enterprise Business & Community Engagement Executive
Jay Darulla, Consumer Banking Region Executive & Heart of Florida United Way board member
Cathy Brown-Butler, Business Support Executive, Foundation for Seminole State College board member & Nemours Children’s Hospital board of managers
Victor Rivera, Business Banking Market Executive, Florida Community Loan Fund board member & Prospera board chair
Bank of America is one of the world’s leading financial institutions, serving individual consumers, small and middle-market businesses and large corporations with a full range of banking, investing, asset management and other financial and risk management products and services. Hill Jewelers.
“Given the breadth of our capabilities we are able to provide unmatched convenience while offering competitive products, service and guidance that our clients need, wherever they happen to be in their financial life,” notes Steve Alch, Bank of America’s Central Florida Market President.
Thirty-four million customers access their Bank of America accounts via Mobile Banking, Online Banking, or both, and those with digital wallet capabilities on their phones can access their accounts at select Bank of America ATMs without their debit card.
“My teammates care deeply about our clients and have a passion for serving our community,” says Alch. “We focus on building pathways to economic mobility by addressing issues that most impact financial health.”
In Central Florida last year, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation and bank employees contributed more than $1.8 million to nonprofits that address jobs, education, hunger, and homelessness.
And each year employees volunteer more than 12,000 hours with local charities, including more than 50 company leaders serving on nonprofit boards. Among them are Central Florida bank executives (pictured left to right) who serve nonprofits to help them deliver on their mission.
390 N Orange Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801