KANSAS CITY, MO. — CRB, an engineering, architecture, construction and consulting firm, announced Jan. 5 that Paul Skinner will be the company’s new chief financial officer. Skinner has been with CRB for 23 years and will replace current CFO Tim Henquinet, who will retire in 2022.

Henquinet originally joined CRB as the head of business management in 2013 and was later named chief financial officer in 2017.

“Tim has been a tremendous asset for CRB as we continued our growth during his distinguished service to the company,” said Jeff Biskup, chief executive officer and Board Chairman, CRB. "Our leadership team depended on his impressive insights into risk, fiscal responsibility, and numerous other areas of finance and business performance. His leadership helped CRB achieve significant growth and will ensure a seamless transition as Paul assumes the CFO duties.”

Skinner joined CRB in 1999 and worked as senior vice president of business performance and enterprise risk. At CRB, he led the Northeast pharmaceutical team and the Northeast region business units, contributing to the company’s growth. Skinner will now use his experience in engineering, management, and finances to grow the partnership between CRB’s finance and operations teams.

"As a Senior Associate and Board member, I take the responsibility of CFO, to all the stakeholders at CRB, very seriously,” Skinner said. “Under Tim’s leadership, CRB has set a solid foundation for growth, and I look forward to ensuring the finance function continues to evolve to meet the needs of each business unit and our overall company as we continue to grow.”

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