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Kleinmann Brings Depth, Innovation to Waukesha Mapping, Asset Management, Survey Efforts

October 24, 2017

Richard Kleinmann, PLS, has joined Ayres Associates’ aerial mapping group, bringing more than three decades of survey experience in the municipal, state, and private sectors, including managing consultant surveying contracts for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s Southeast Region and serving as West Bend’s city surveyor for 21 years. Kleinmann will work with Thomas Tym, technology… Read More »

Key Transportation Leadership Announced in Jacksonville

October 9, 2017

Key leadership developments have been announced as we expand the services we provide in our Jacksonville office. Daryl Myers, PE, has been promoted to transportation manager for our Southeast operations, and David Stroud, PE, AICP, has joined our Jacksonville office as a project manager, bringing extensive traffic engineering and transportation planning expertise. Myers has 18… Read More »

New Ayres Program Manager Named as WROC 2020 Takes Shape

October 2, 2017

The Wisconsin Regional Orthoimagery Consortium (WROC) is actively planning for its 2020 program cycle and recently named Zach Nienow, GISP, as the program manager representing Ayres Associates. Since joining the firm in 2011, Nienow has been the project coordinator for WROC. Nienow has over 13 years of experience as a project manager in the geospatial… Read More »

Ash Awarded Florida Utilities Coordinating Committee’s Highest Honor

August 10, 2017

Jan Ash, PE, manager of Ayres Associates’ Southeast Operations Municipal and Utilities group, has received the 2017 Malcolm Yancey Award from the Florida Utilities Coordinating Committee (FUCC) – the organization’s most prestigious honor. The award, which was presented Aug. 3 at the 2017 FUCC Summer Meeting, recognizes Ash for “outstanding leadership during the previous years… Read More »

Team of Consultants Helps Keep Bridges Safe From Scour

August 7, 2017

Ayres Associates and GCI INC, in partnership with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., and STV Incorporated meticulously analyzed more than 1,500 Florida bridges susceptible to scour – the engineering term for the erosion of soil surrounding a bridge foundation – to help the Florida Department of Transportation decide which bridges are candidates for repair, replacement, or… Read More »

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