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Michael Bach Joins R.A. Smith National as Land Development Services Engineer

by Lindsie Nelson 30. June 2014 03:28

Michael Bach has joined R.A. Smith National – a multi-disciplined civil engineering and surveying firm – Brookfield, Wis., as a project engineer in the land development services division. 

Bach has more than seven years of civil engineering experience. He specialize in erosion control plans, storm water management and permitting requirements and has extensive experience in watershed delineation and hydrologic and hydraulic analysis. At R.A. Smith National, Bach will work in markets such as health care, commercial, retail and federal. 

Bach has a bachelor of science in environmental engineering from the University of Wisconsin - Platteville. He is a registered professional engineer and soil erosion inspector in the State of Wisconsin.

R.A. Smith National’s Rotational Training Program Adds Christopher White

by Lindsie Nelson 23. June 2014 06:02

R.A. Smith National — civil engineering, surveying, landscape architecture, geographic information systems (GIS), visualization and 3D laser scanning consultants — has hired Christopher White to be part of the company’s rotational training program. His first rotation will be in the field working with the construction services and survey divisions. 

White recently earned his bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from Marquette University. He has held positions as an engineering co-op and a chemistry teaching assistant. White currently resides in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

The rotational training program was implemented to educate and train young professionals in various practice groups throughout the company. The program consists of five, two-month cycles that include rotations in the municipal, construction services, survey, land development and transportation divisions. After working in each division, individuals have a well-rounded understanding of the services provided and how they interrelate. At the end of the rotational training program, individuals move into a permanent position in one of these practice groups.

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