Three senior SEH staff members were recently named Regional Practice Center Leaders.
Trevor Frank, AIA, (Appleton, Wis.) will lead SEH’s architecture practice in Wisconsin, and direct the architectural group's business development and sustainable design efforts in the region. Trevor joined SEH in 2005 and has more than 20 years of experience. He specializes in planning, design and project management of commercial office and laboratory space, public safety facilities and other municipal buildings. Trevor is LEED certified, and has managed architectural projects for key SEH clients including Kimberly-Clark, the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley and the US Army Corps of Engineers Omaha District.
Timothy M. Marko, PE, (Chippewa Falls, Wis.) will oversee SEH’s Wisconsin-based municipal engineering practice. Tim has served as a project manager, design and resident engineer on a wide range of municipal, aviation and industrial projects, including streets, sewers, stormwater management and recreation facilities. In addition, Tim has worked closely with SEH clients to identify and pursue renewable energy opportunities including wind installations. Recently Tim has provided significant leadership in SEH’s Project Management training program. He joined SEH in 1983.
Greg Weyandt, PE, (Chippewa Falls, Wis.) has been selected to lead the Wisconsin highway design practice center. Greg has more than 21 years experience as a project manager and design engineer on a variety of transportation related projects from resurfacing efforts to new construction of complex four lane facilities. Greg’s responsibilities have included roadway design, intersection layouts including roundabout development, traffic control, alignment, profile, geometric and storm sewer design, PS&E submittals, and coordination with clients and subconsultants. He joined SEH in 1999 after serving as a civil engineer for the Wisconsin DOT.