KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. - GVF, a not-for-profit dedicated to improving transportation and infrastructure throughout the region, is pleased to announce Steven Sims, Superintendent of Valley Forge National Historical Park was appointed to GVF’s Board of Directors as an Ex-Officio Member.
Prior to becoming Superintendent for Valley Forge National Historical Park, Steve served as Northeast Region’s chief of facility management. Steve has also served as the facility manager for Independence National Historical Park and was the civil engineer and facility manager for the National Mall and Memorial Parks in Washington DC from 2007 until 2011. Prior to working for the National Park Service, he served as a consultant engineer for Alpha Corporation and an Army engineer officer. He is a registered professional engineer, a certified facility manager and a project management professional.
"I am honored and excited to join the team at GVF. The National Park Service and GVF have been long-term partners with mutual goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and promoting trails, bicycle use,and sustainable transportation design. I look forward to contributing to the work of GVF and its positive impacts to the community and our environment,” Steven Sims, Superintendent of Valley Forge National Historical Park.
“We are very excited to have Steve join our Board of Directors. Valley Forge Park serves as a connector for our regions trails systems and has a major state highway traversing the park. We have worked with the team at Valley Forge Park for many years and we’re looking forward to continuing to grow our partnership,” said Rob Henry, Executive Director, GVF.