U.S. Engineering Construction
I have a B.S. and an M.S. in Architectural Engineering from Milwaukee School of Engineering. I have worked at U.S. Engineering in Denver, Colorado since I graduated college in 2018. I started as a Preconstruction Engineer and have moved into a Preconstruction Manager role. My day-to-day entails putting together proposals, budgets/estimates, design feedback, coordinating with engineers and general contractors, and preparing for project interviews. I really work on anything that happens from project pursuit through design before ground breaks on the project. The most notable project that I have been a part of is the National Western Campus Energy Plant. It is the largest wastewater heat recovery system in North America. I have also worked on the DEN Airport Terminal and projects in healthcare, K-12, higher education, commercial, and industrial sectors.