As the City of Celina continues on a well-defined path of incremental growth and development, experienced additions to the managerial staff are keeping pace with the City’s rapid forward progress. City Manager Jason Laumer announces the internal promotions of Andrew Figueroa as Director of Public Works, Andy Glasgow as Director of Engineering, and Robin Bromiley as Director of Finance.
Figueroa assumes the directorship after serving as Assistant Director. He will oversee the maintenance and operation of the Public Works Department which consists of water, wastewater collection and treatment, residential and commercial meters, facilities management, streets and drainage.
Prior to his arrival in Celina, Figueroa served in a variety of Public Works positions for the Town of Little Elm including Assistant Director, Utility Manager, Water Supervisor, Water Quality Specialist, and Crew Leader. He also served as Director of Public Works for the City of Van Alstyne and as Operations Manager for the North Hunt Special Utility District.
A US Army veteran, he is a member of the American Public Works Association, the Texas Water Utilities Association and holds several industry-related certifications. He earned a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of North Texas.
Glasgow, a Professional Engineer, was elevated from the Assistant Director position. As director, he will oversee all engineering activities, including the design and construction of all water, sewer, streets and drainage facilities. His responsibilities include floodplain management throughout the City. His office will coordinate the review of all planned engineering projects, including capital improvement and private development and will provide guidance and support to the engineering staff.
Before joining the Celina staff, he spent five years working for the City of Shreveport as Assistant City Engineer and Civil Engineer. He was a Graduate Engineer and Office Engineer for private firms in Shreveport, Tampa, FL and Greenville, MS.
A member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Texas Floodplain Management Association, he is a Certified Floodplain Manager, having earned a BS in Civil Engineering at the US Coast Guard Academy and an MS in Civil Engineering from the University of Kentucky.
Bromiley moves into the director position after serving as the City’s Director of Accounting. Her responsibilities will include ensuring the efficient management of the financial and accounting functions for the City. She and her staff are charged with the protection and advancement of the City’s fiscal position, accuracy in financial reporting, operational and capital budgeting support, and other complex administrative duties.
Prior to her arrival in Celina, she served as Controller and Senior Accountant for the Town of Little Elm and Senior Governmental Audit Associate for a private financial auditing company. Bromiley is a Certified Government Finance Officer, holds a Texas Municipal League Public Funds Investment Certification, and is a member of the national and Texas chapters of the Government Finance Officers Association. She earned a BS in Accounting and a MS in Accounting and Information Systems, both from the University of Texas at Dallas.