Schmuser Gordon Meyer announces moves
Nick Senn joined Schmueser Gordon Meyer, a 50-person engineering and surveying firm headquartered in Glenwood Springs.With more than 14 years of planning, engineering and construction management experience, Senn will be a senior project manager. Senn specializes in structures, roadways, railroads and airport improvements. As a senior project manager for Turner Collie & Braden Inc., he recently completed S-curves improvements in Aspen and improvements to Highway 24 in Red Cliff and Leadville.Chris Chen, who has been with the firm since 1999, recently earned his professional engineer’s license. Schmueser Gordon Meyer is dedicated to providing responsible engineering and surveying services to the public sector, residential and commercial developments.New beauty techniquesDeborah Korbel of Paradise Day Spa attended the Peel’s Spring Show in Westminster on March 19 and 20. “I saw lots of exciting changes this spring; I always want to makeover the town when I come back, of course, taking into consideration people’s lifestyles,” Korbel said. “I brought back an exciting new product that is a liquid botox.” For an appointment, call Paradise Day Spa at 928-9782 Monday through Saturday.Campagna Group Inc. reopensCampagna Group Inc. reopened its doors in July, offering individual and group health, life, disability and long-term care insurance.Rosanne and Liz Campagna are newly licensed life and health insurance Agents at Campagna Group Inc. Rosanne has also received a certified insurance counselor designation.Campagna Group is in suite 104 at the Glenwood Professional Building at 410 20th St. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 945-4445.
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