Senior Management

Brit Svoboda
Chairman & CEO

Acts as the face of Advanced Infrastructure Technologies. Leads the Board of Directors; collaborates with strategic partners, president, and senior management to ensure long term goals and strategies are achieved. Brit has guided Advanced Infrastructure Technologies from the ground up. Today, Brit is looking to ensure the success of Advanced Infrastructure Technologies and make positive changes in the transportation and infrastructure industry by promoting more sustainable products and competition. 

Ken Sweeney, P.E., ENV-SP
Group President & Chief Engineer

Former Chief Engineer, Maine DOT

Former Member, AASHTO Research and Technology Implementation Committees

Leads the senior management team, ensuring day-to-day operations are successful and strategic goals are met. Ken spreads information about the benefits of composites to the structural engineering community through conventions and seminars. He is one of the leaders fighting for composites to be more prominent in this industry.  As the former Chief Engineer of Maine DOT, Ken brings a deeper understanding of the problems faced in our transportation infrastructure

Tim Kenerson, P.E.
Vice President of Engineering

BS in Civil Engineering- University of Maine- Summa Cum Laude 

Coordinates with consultant engineers and owners on the project design process and manages the engineering team who works together to bring the project from concept to contract. This can include preliminary or concept level design, estimating, final design engineering, specification writing, plan generation and review, load ratings, and contract procurement. After product fabrication, delivery, and installation; the engineering team will also generate As-Built Load Ratings, Quality Assurance Reports, and As-Built Plans.

Wendell Harriman II, P.E., CCT.
Vice President of Operations

BS in Civil Engineering & Construction Management Technology - University of Maine

Leads and oversees all manufacturing and field operations; including staffing, scheduling, quality assurance, and safety for AIT. Provides contractor technical assistance for project installations.

Carmala Buzzell, CCT.

QC/QA Manager

A.S. Computer-Aided Drafting and Design

A.S. Business Management

-Eastern Maine Community College

Responsibilities at AIT vary greatly from general office support to assisting the design engineers with drawing production to quality control of manufactured products. 


Anthony Diba

Design Engineer

B.S. Mechanical Engineering- University of Balamand

M.S. Mechanical Engineering-University of Maine (Currently Pursuing)


PianPian Chen

Design Engineer

B.S. Civil & Environmental Engineering  – University of Maine

M.S. Civil Engineering – University of Maine


Liz Hurley

Business Administration

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Luke Peabody

Communications & Marketing Associate

B.S. Business Administration in Marketing – University of Maine

Composite Technicians


Jesse Perkins, CCT

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Mike Tripp


Andrew Cross

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Kyle Harriman, CCT


Strategic Partners

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In partnering with UMaine’s world renowned ASCC the company gains from joint product research and development as well as gained optimizations from ASCC’s other research work in related fields. See additional ASCC information at 

With a structured agreement between IV and AIT, the company benefits from the addition of an outstanding group of senior government executives advising and supporting marketing efforts with AIT through Market Development and Strategic Communications. For company overview 


ACMA is the largest composites trade organization in the world with an enrollment of over 3,000 companies representing over 300,000 employees. AIT benefits by its relationship and involvement in education, access to market intelligence, governmental affairs in dealing with federal and state agency regulations, and support in market growth through increasing awareness and utilization of composite messaging and actions. 

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The Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) is the organization that developed and manages Envision, a framework that encourages systemic changes in the planning, design, and delivery of sustainable and resilient infrastructure through education, training, and third-party project verification. For more information on sustainable infrastructure, visit