June 2015 Certified Federal Surveyor
Preston Liptack,PLS employed at CWE is among a select group of professional land surveyors to become a Certified Federal Surveyor (CFedS). The CFedS program , which has been approved by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior, was designed specifically to enhance the level of knowledge and expertise in the professional land surveying community for survey work on federal lands and especially on Indian trust lands. To earn the CFedS designation, professional land surveyors must complete approximately 120 hours of course materials prepared by the Bureau of Land Mangement Cadastral Survey, and pass the certification examination. To maintain the certification, a CFedS must complete 6 credits of continuing education bi-annually.
CWE is pleased to announce the addition of Diane Martin to our Civil Engineering Services Department. Ms. Martin is an engineering technician with extensive background in material testing and survey work. She recently graduated from Mid-State Technical College. Diane will be providing AutoCAD drafting services as well as construction inspection for our clients.
CWE is pleased to announce the addition of Adam Snippen, M.S. to our staff as Director of our Energy Services Department. Mr. Snippen’s education and experience has been in the field of environmental science and policy, specializing in construction compliance, life-cycle assessment, and ecological restoration. Mr. Snippen will manage the CWE Energy Department and has ample experience in the field working alongside energy companies (natural gas, electric, and petroleum), small businesses, regulatory agencies, non-profit organizations, and private citizens. Welcome Adam!
May 2015 Business for Breakfast
On May 14, 2015, CWE held it's first Business for Breakfast of the year. The seminar was held from 8:00 to 9:00 am, at our new Training Center. Topic: What Lies Beneath? Property Transactions and Envrionmental Risk - Being your client's best proponent.
CWE is pleased to announce the addition of Brad Marquardt, P.E. to our staff as Project Engineer in our Civil Engineering Department. Mr. Marquardt brings over 20 years of experience working with municipal governments to our firm, and has a broad range of expertise ranging from designing streets to overseeing multiple divisions with multi-million dollar budget. Welcome Brad!
CWE is pleased to announce the addition of Steven Baur to our staff as Environmental Specialist. Mr. Baur brings 16 year of experience in asbestos and lead inspection and testing services to our firm, as well as wetland delineation and permitting, and Phase I and II Site Assessment expertise. Mr. Baur is 40-hour Hazwoper certified and has completed the 38-hour USACE Wetlands Delineation Management Training.
CWE is pleased to announce the addition of Mr. John Stone, RLS to our staff as Registered Land Surveyor. Welcome John!
CWE is pleased to announce the addition of David Buckner, PE to our staff as Environmental Engineer. Mr. Buckner has experience in all aspects of landfill operation, design, and construction, and will head-up all CWE landfill projects.
Preston Liptack, LSIT has become part of the CWE team. Preston has worked in Washington state where he was Crew Chief for an Industrial/Construction firm. While working in IL, Preston performed surveying services of the First Order Geoditic. This included reconnaissance of leveled benchmarks and updating the NGS data sheets.
At the American Institute of Architects Convention, CWE was honored with an award for Excellence in Masonry for the design and development of Weston Place, a high end retail center located in Weston Wisconsin, by the Wisconsin Concrete Masonry Awards Breakfast.
CWE was featured in the December 2007 edition of Professional Surveyor magazine for remonumentation work in Lincoln County.
CWE received an award for the Vernon Memorial Medical Office Building in Viroqua, Wisconsin. This project was selected among the Top Projects of 2006 by The Daily Reporter and Wisconsin Builder. Top Projects Awards recognize projects that faced and overcame significant challenges, used new materials and techniques, or made important contributions to the community they serve.