Construction observation should be performed by a qualified Resident Project Representative (RPR). The duties and responsibilities of an on-site RPR vary greatly depending on the project and needs of the client. In this month's blog, we focus on four important duties and responsibilities typically provided by an on-site RPR.
There never is a dull moment serving as a business development representative for Wessler Engineering! Connecting the Wessler team with so many great clients tops the list of what I enjoy most. There are six ways we maximize our effectiveness to ensure the most beneficial and meaningful collaborations our clients deserve.
For communities and water/sewer utilities in Indiana and Ohio, you may not know about funding sources that are available for drinking water and wastewater projects. We have pulled together some resources for you. There are federal dollars (from USDA, HUD and EPA) allocated every year to the states. Each state handles those funds through state-run programs.
Company-Client relationships are a two-way street, with both needing to come together to accomplish a common goal or satisfy a need. So, in honor of the official day of love and romance, as well as the annual spike in sales of chocolate and bouquets, we have compiled a list of the 14 things we love about working with our clients over the last 41 years. And we are looking forward to serving them in the decades to come.
Education is the key to gaining public support for stormwater management projects. Engagement with your community is vital for helping to spread information that will keep your city’s water systems safe and clean.
Are you feeling skeptical about using social media? You are not alone!
I was a caveman, living in the Stone Age, connected to the world through email and the telephone. No more than a year ago, fear and skepticism held me back from using social media platforms. Having no idea where to begin and fear of embarrassing myself, I refused to get connected. However, I quickly realized it is not that the world was beginning to change but that it had already changed.
So why is an engineering firm writing a blog about volunteering? Because communities are at the heart of what civil engineers do: they focus on maintaining and improving existing infrastructure while also planning, designing, constructing, and operating new facilities to protect public health and safety. Because of a civil engineer’s connection to most areas within a community, we have a vested interest in the places where we work and live.