23. July 2012 05:48
Matthew Buska, engineer in the construction services division of R.A. Smith National – a multi-disciplined civil engineering and surveying firm – Brookfield, Wis., has obtained his Wisconsin professional engineer registration.
Buska has more than four years of experience in construction engineering, structural design and project management. His project design experience includes the installation, widening, reconstruction and redecking of bridges. Buska’s recent design work includes a two-span, prestressed girder over I-39 on CTH I, Dane County; four, two-span bridges for the I-94 and STH 50 Interchange, Racine and Kenosha Counties; two, single-span prestressed girder bridges over Spring Brook on STH 83; and two, single-span prestressed girder bridges over Genesee Creek on STH 59, Waukesha County.
Buska has two undergraduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with majors in business administration and civil engineering. He is a resident of Waukesha, Wis.
20. July 2012 08:26
Funding Opportunities for Collaborative Projects
Sponsored by the Wisconsin Wetlands Association
August 20, 2012
Trying to stretch scarce resources? The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources are partnering on a webinar to discuss several grant programs, including State Wetland Program Development Grants, Lake Protection Grants, River Protection Grants and Floodplain Management Grants. Information will be provided on the grants' purpose, criteria, application deadlines and examples of opportunities to leverage resources that meet multiple objectives. You may reserve your webinar seat at https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/255972974.
Watch this events section of R.A. Smith National's website for upcoming webinars on hazard mitigation planning, wetland zoning, wetland and watershed protection and restoration. This webinar series was organized by the Environmental Law Institute in collaboration with the Wisconsin Wetlands Association and the Rock River Coalition with generous funding from the McKnight Foundation. The webinars are open to the public, but space is limited. For more information or to register for a webiner, contact Rebecca Kihslinger.