Greg Jewell Honored with 2022 Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement award honors the legacy of members who had a profound impact on both the organization and the engineering profession. It was developed to recognize an elite group of influential members for significant contributions of the course of a career.
“Greg Jewell exemplifies what everyone should strive for not just in a successful career but also how they conduct their lives. On a professional level he built a successful engineering firm from the ground up while at the same time working tirelessly to improve the engineering community. His efforts to guide, lead and share his knowledge with others in the engineering community through ACEC has benefited all of us. I couldn’t think of a more deserving individual to be recognized as a ‘Lifetime Achievement’ award winner.” Stan Sugden, PE
Greg has a long and rich history as an active ACEC Wisconsin member. He began his involvement on the committee level serving on various committees and chairing the Transportation Committee. This involvement led him to the Board of Directors from 2008 – 2013, including serving as Chair of the Board in 2011-2012.
His impact will be felt for years to come through his role as Leadership Institute Class Advisor. In this role, Greg shared his insights, wisdom and lessons learned with the 41 individuals making up the Class of 2017 and 2018. Without a doubt, these individuals are advancing in their careers with insights discovered during this program.
In addition, Greg is active in his community, the Town of Dodgeville, serving on the Board, Plan Commission and Plan Commission Chair. Annually, Greg selects a project that helps the community at large and provides design services free of charge. An example project is the 2021 Spring Green Veterans Memorial Plaza, to be constructed in 2022.
He is involved in the future of engineering through is continued involvement with the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. He served on the Alumni Board (2010-2013), Advisory Board (2017-2019), Senior Design Project mentor and judge, guest speaker, and scholarship funding.
Greg started Jewell & Associates out of his home in 1993. Under Greg's leadership, the business quickly grew to be a regional (statewide) provider of engineering services. Today, the firm employs 45 employees in three offices located across Wisconsin.
Greg exemplifies these qualifications as a leader within ACEC Wisconsin, his community and his firm.