“I am excited about Jose joining our team here in Kansas City,” said Troy Eisenbraun, Senior Vice President.

Railroad right-of-way’s provide contiguous linear corridors between communities which may provide the ideal situation for transit expansion.

We were requested to provide railroad track and bridge engineering services for the 2013 movie, The Lone Ranger, starring Johnny Depp.

“Houston, we have a problem”, as the quote goes.

Kristine Susco was an employee of Wilson & Company for over 26 years. She was a vital part of expanding the Albuquerque and Las Cruces offices and a major contributor to countless projects over the years.

“I am very excited to have Kelly join our Wilson &Company family here in Colorado Springs,” said Scott Asher, Associate Vice President “She brings with her a very diverse background in engineering and planning that makes her a great fit for our office.”

“Frank brings a calm, organized management style coupled with a mastery of detailing and design,” said Michael Wright, NCARB, Architecture Operations Manager.

Ben Allen, PE, has moved to Wilson & Company’s Kansas City office, bringing with him 16 years of structural design, construction engineering, and construction management experience. He has strong ties to the BNSF Structures Department in Kansas City, having worked both as a design consultant and railroad representative working with public agencies.

Join us at the 2017 Arizona Chapter APWA Conference in Tucson, Arizona to hear Eric Cenovich and Nate Gardner. 

Byron Smith, PE, LEED AP BD&C, has been promoted to Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing (MEP) Federal Market Lead.