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Fort Collins Office Deepens Its Hydraulic Engineering/Municipal/Site Development Staffing

January 23, 2020

Ryan Rohlfing has joined our Fort Collins hydraulic engineering staff, adding depth to Ayres’ delivery of water resources, municipal, and site development services. Rohlfing’s duties include hydraulic analysis and modeling, data management, report preparation, technical support, permitting, report writing, CADD work, and field data collection. Rohlfing has experience providing site design, drainage analyses for detention… Read More »

Bandy Excited to Rejoin Ayres as VP in Southeast

January 22, 2020

Subrata Bandy, ScD, PE, has rejoined Ayres as vice president of our Southeast Operations. Bandy, who was with Ayres from 1998 to 2005, finished that tenure as vice president of engineering services. He has over 25 years of professional experience, mostly with consulting firms but also in the industrial sector. Bandy’s senior executive experience in… Read More »

Planner Brings New Energy to Planning and Development Staff

November 15, 2019

Mike Scholl has joined our planning and development staff as a planning and economic development professional. Scholl offers clients two decades of nationwide experience with consultants, community groups, and most recently as economic development manager for the City of Loveland, Colorado. More than five years as a legislative assistant to U.S. congressmen adds to the… Read More »

Water Resources Engineer Joins Green Bay Staff

November 14, 2019

Adam Schneider, PE, has joined our Green Bay staff as a water resources engineer. Schneider’s technical strengths are watershed modeling, snowmelt modeling, reservoir system modeling, hydraulic modeling, flood flow-frequency analysis, statistical analysis of historical data, and the development and deployment of flood warning and decision support systems. He has led and managed projects for federal,… Read More »

Remembering Roger Nelson at Wisconsin Towns Association Convention

October 11, 2019

Next week’s Wisconsin Towns Association Convention won’t be quite the same as the ones that came before. That’s because one familiar face in the crowd will be absent. Roger Nelson, an Ayres business development specialist befriended and respected by town and county officials across Wisconsin, died on October 5 at age 74. Nelson had been… Read More »