Brian Sauer, PE, CxA, LEED AP

Aviation Market Principal

As a leader in FSB’s Aviation practice, Brian is responsible for bringing FSB’s extensive aviation planning, design and engineering expertise to clients. He partners with clients to understand their objectives, provide leadership to produce designs that achieve goals in terms of function, schedule, budget, constructability and sustainability. As a result, Aviation clients turn to Brian to help solve their toughest operational challenges.

Brian has the unique ability to identify what needs to be done and develop a plan to lead his team to accomplish all client and stakeholder goals. His innate understanding of aircraft maintenance and operations allows him to extract vital stakeholder information from programming through construction in order to best meet each user’s needs.

Brian’s hands-on, collaborative leadership style, with involvement in all aspects of the design and construction process, enables him to build consensus in the most challenging, fast track environments.

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“I am passionate about making sure our aviation clients have amazing success. Seeing our projects improve operations and efficiencies through innovation for airlines, airports and cargo leaders is incredibly satisfying.”

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