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Nienow Chosen as President-elect of Wisconsin Land Information Association

February 19, 2021

Zachary Nienow, GISP, senior project manager in Ayres’ aerial mapping group, was elected to the post of president-elect of the Wisconsin Land Information Association. An announcement was made today at WLIA’s annual conference. After he serves as president-elect in the year ahead, Nienow will be WLIA president in 2022, past president in 2023, and then… Read More »


Keely Campbell Inside Ayres Feature
Geologist Rejoins Ayres as Business Development Strategist

February 1, 2021

Keely Campbell, PG, has returned to Ayres in a new role. As a business development strategist, Keely is focusing on grant writing; identifying opportunities for our landscape architecture, urban planning, and brownfield redevelopment experts; and finding new markets for those experts to serve. Keely loves working within teams, and she’s effective in multi-level communications with… Read More »


Traffic Engineering Project Manager Rowell Joins Green Bay Office

January 20, 2021

Andrew Rowell, PE, has joined Ayres as a traffic project manager in the Green Bay office. Rowell applies his people skills and traffic and roadway engineering expertise to serve state, county, city, village, town, and private-sector clients. Rowell has nearly two decades of public- and private-sector experience in municipal and transportation project management, from the… Read More »


Architect’s Promotion Leads to New Responsibilities

January 12, 2021

Rita Liddell, AIA, project architect/specifications writer, has received a promotion raising her involvement in all aspects of project development, including influencing the early and conceptual phases, leading projects, providing quality assurance/quality control, and expanding her involvement in the construction phase. Liddell will have the opportunity to coordinate with subconsultants and other Ayres staff on design… Read More »


Ayres Engineers Take Leadership and Business Development Roles in Colorado

November 16, 2020

Two engineers will take on new roles in Ayres’ growing Fort Collins, Colorado, office. Effective Jan. 1, 2021, John Hunt, PE, will assume a business development strategist role focused on cultivating opportunities in the West, and water resources engineer Anthony Alvarado, PE, CFM, will take over Hunt’s position as manager of the Stream and Stormwater… Read More »