SEH recently named Heidi Peper as the Midwest Sales Leader. Heidi brings more than 19 years of professional experience in community and economic development and marketing. In her new role, Heidi will provide a coordinated effort between finding and securing funding, building strong relationships with government entities and identifying opportunities to provide greater value to both new and current SEH clients. As Midwest Sales Leader, Heidi combines her current leadership role in SEH Community Economic Development and Government Relations.
News and Awards
Charles City board moves forward on athletic complex site | globegazette.com
SEH named six new company Associates – Deric Deuschle, CWD; Aaron Ditzler, PE; Chuck Gustafson, PE; Scott Hotchkin, PE; Toby Muse, PE and Sandee Schultz. The SEH Board of Directors selected these individuals based on their accomplishments and proven value to our Company and the clients they serve.
As the Wisconsin Water Association (WWA) Conference Planning Committee Chair, I am often reminded of our group’s mission to help ensure public health, protect the environment, strengthen the economy and enhance the quality of life in the communities where we live and work. It is with these goals in mind that I am particularly excited to announce the great program we’ve assembled for the 2014 WWA Annual Conference (PDF) on September 17-19, 2014 in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
Recently, SEH hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of our new office building in downtown Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. SEH first opened an office in downtown Chippewa Falls in 1973 and then moved out of downtown in 1985. Now, nearly 30 years later, we have moved back downtown into a new, energy-efficient, two-story, 21,000-square-foot SEH office building (pictured above).
SEH named three new company Principals – Rick Coldsnow, PE; Patti Craddock, PE; and George Robinson, LS.
The theme of this year’s APWA Congress and Expo, Breaking Boundaries, is particularly relevant to today’s public works professionals.
Lake Hallie looks to prevent more frozen pipes | chippewa.com