Wessler is proud to announce Kasey Marley, E.I. as the subject of this month's Employee Spotlight! Kasey joined the Wessler team in 2015 and currently serves a vital role on various projects as a project engineer in the stormwater group.
We asked Kasey some questions so that we all can get to know her a little better, including her love for her dog, concerts, sports, and volunteering, as well as her recent hike in the Rocky Mountain National Forest. Congrats, Kasey!
What are your roles and responsibilities at Wessler?
As a project engineer in the stormwater group, I work with a team to evaluate existing stormwater infrastructure, compile planning studies, and design stormwater improvement projects. I enjoy the complexity of providing a well-designed solution that is cost effective and provides water quality benefits.
What does the Wessler Way mean to you?
The “Wessler Way” to me is a commitment to our clients, passion for our projects, and respect for everyone involved. It is a reminder that we are here to help sustain safe and inviting communities and provide solutions that will last well into the future.
What are some of your favorite things to do outside of work?
I love live music, so my number one hobby is probably going to shows. I also enjoy hanging out with family, friends, and my dog, Duffy, and staying active through volleyball and tennis. I volunteer for Keep Indianapolis Beautiful a few times a year, as well.
Tell us about a secret skill you have that most other people probably don’t know about!
Hmm, this is a tough one. I am mediocre at a lot of things. One time, I built a coffee table out of a pallet, and I can drive a manual transmission.
What are some things you haven’t done yet that you would still like to do?
So many things. Definitely travel. I’d like to check off all 50 states and all US National Parks. Out of the big three music venues in the US (in my opinion), I’ve been to Red Rocks and the Caverns; next on the list is the Gorge in Washington.
What is one of the most memorable things you have done?
The first thing that comes to mind that is more recent is hiking the Estes Cone Trail at Rocky Mountain National Park. It was the most challenging hike that I have done, and the views at the summit were well worth it (picture is from the Estes Cone Trail).
How is your NCAA bracket doing? Busted? Still going strong? Who do you have winning it all?
My bracket is definitely busted! I had Tennessee winning it all and did not pick any of the teams in the final four. I am rooting for Auburn at this point.