Andrew Hunt, PE CFM will serve as a Trustee on the Texas Biomedical Research Institute Founder’s Council Board

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March 06, 2017
Andrew Hunt, P.E., C.F.M. has been selected to serve as a Trustee on the Board of the Texas Biomedical Research Institute Founder’s Council. As a trustee on the Council Board, Andrew will support the Council’s mission to cultivate interest in the Texas Biomedical Research Institute among young leaders in the San Antonio area and to foster lifelong support for the Institute and its work.
The Founder’s Council is a circle of individuals who continue the vision of Tom Slick, the founder of what would become the Texas Biomedical Institute. Events hosted by the Founder’s Council give members a chance to be informed and inspired by the incredible, life-changing work of the Texas Biomed scientists and celebrate the successes as they work together in preserving the Institute as a world-class center in the search for causes and cures of diseases.
As a Senior Project Manager for Project Control, Andrew has made an impact on San Antonio and the surrounding communities as a team leader on such notable area projects as The Bank of San Antonio Corporate Headquarters, Yantis Corporate Headquarters, the City of Windcrest Capital Improvements Program and the 4458 Medical Office Building located on the Methodist Campus.
Project Control is proud to have Andrew Hunt as an experienced Senior Project Manager and a faithful steward of our community.
Nancy Parker, Director of Marketing
(210) 694-3672