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Lynch Mykins Earns Historically Underutilized Business Certification
June 30, 2017

Lynch Mykins, a leading mid-Atlantic structural engineering firm formerly known as Stroud Pence, has earned a Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) certification from the State of North Carolina. A business can undergo the rigorous application and vetting process to become HUB certified if at least 51 percent is owned and operated by an individual who is one or more of the following: female, Black, Hispanic, Asian-American, American Indian, disabled, or socially or economically disadvantaged.

Former Stroud Pence executives Anna Lynch, PE and David Mykins, PE acquired the firm from its founders, Roger Stroud and Ed Pence, in April 2017. Serving as CEO, Lynch retains 51 percent of the business and will be based in Lynch Mykins’ Raleigh headquarters. As president, Mykins will be based in the Virginia Beach, Virginia office.

As part of this certification, Lynch Mykins is now listed in the Statewide Uniform Certification (SWUC) program database, which is widely used by state agencies, universities, community colleges, local schools, local governments and institutions, and the public to locate HUB vendors for goods, services and construction.

Established in 1999, the HUB office serves to increase the amount of goods and services that state agencies acquire from HUB vendors by providing them with resources and working to eliminate barriers that otherwise reduce their participation in the marketplace and in state government procurement and contracting.

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