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Wessler is excited to announce Eric Vance as the subject of this month's Employee Spotlight! Eric joined Wessler in 2018 and serves as a resident project representative in our construction services group. He has 18 years of experience in the industry, overseeing both public and private water infrastructure projects.
We asked Eric some questions so we all can get to know him better. Congrats,Eric!
As any effective municipal leader will tell you, leading a community is hard work. Every. Day.
In the challenging world of municipal government where local resources may be limited, but local infrastructure needs are not, bringing an experienced, innovative engineering firm into the fold is an effective and efficient way to reach your goals.
Wessler is proud to announce Steve Bailey as the subject of this month's Employee Spotlight! Steve joined Wessler in the early months of 2019 and currently serves as a resident project representative out of our Indianapolis office.
We asked Steve some questions so we all can get to know him a little better. Congratulations, Steve!
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.
Wessler is proud to announce Ty Graves as our Employee of the Month! Ty works as a Business Development Representative, meeting with city and county employees, elected officials and representatives to discuss their project needs and help with funding.
Wessler's Day of Giving is a regular event to give back to the communities in which we work. Our latest Day of Giving was spent at Brown Elementary School in Brownsburg, Indiana.
According to their NPDES stormwater permit for Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4s), the Town of Brownsburg is required to educate school-aged students on stormwater pollution prevention.
The Town offers a stormwater utility credit to the schools for the educational programs that are conducted in the schools. Educating school-aged children about stormwater pollution prevention in a fun and hands-on way is a great example of community stormwater education.
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.