Schmueser Gordon Meyer Engineers and Surveyors (SGM) is pleased to announce and recognize four of its civil engineers who have recently earned their professional engineer licenses: John Boulden, Nathan Torres, Ryan Loebach and Adam Racette.
SGM also wants to commend Barry Giles for his recent acquisition of the Colorado state professional land surveyor license. Giles also holds the PLS certification from Arizona and California.
These newly credentialed professionals have been working in our Western Slope communities providing engineering design and structural analysis for water/wastewater treatment facilities, water distribution and infrastructure systems and commercial/residential buildings in the public and private sectors.
John Boulden has extensive experience in the structural and geo-structural design field. He’s currently providing structural and architectural design for the Redstone wastewater treatment facility, Aspen’s historic Wheeler Opera House, and private buildings and residences as well in Aspen and Meeker. John earned his master’s in civil engineering from Colorado State University last fall.
Nathan Torres, PE, is working on structural design and construction administration for the Glenwood Springs and New Castle wastewater treatment facilities, as well as the Beaver Creek water treatment plant roof replacement. He earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering in 2003 from Colorado School of Mines.
Ryan Loebach, PE, is on SGM’s water team, currently providing design services on Salida’s water treatment plant, Rifle’s BCWTP On-Site Sodium Hypochlorite Generation Project, New Castle’s Elk Creek water treatment plant expansion, and Eagle River Water and Sanitation’s In-Line Booster Pump Station project. He holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Arizona, 2004.
Adam Racette, PE, works on SGM’s municipal team where he contributes to design of water master plans, wastewater treatment facilities, as well as design, management and field observation for road improvement projects. His current projects include the Glenwood Springs Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility and the Roaring Fork Water and Sanitation District Wastewater Treatment Facility expansion. Adam holds a bachelor’s in civil engineering from Michigan State University, 2003.
Barry Giles, PLS, has more than 30 years of land survey experience, Barry Giles is responsible for the northwestern Colorado region for SGM.
SGM welcomes your inquiries at http://www.sgm-inc.com, or 945-1004.
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