Member News 3.26.24

Posted By: Andrew Heidtke ACEC WI News, Member News,

CORRE Inc. is pleased to announce that Sarah Erickson and Eric Renfert have joined the firm's structural division. Read the full press release here:

'“Our structures group is fortunate to welcome two highly qualified structural engineers to the team, expanding our capacity to deliver bridges of all sizes throughout Wisconsin,” says Troy Gagner, PE, CORRE President and CEO.

Sarah Erickson is a Professional Engineer licensed in multiple states and excels in both structural engineering and project management. Her 10 years of experience include mentoring and managing younger staff, developing detailed structural calculations, managing large and complex projects, business development, overseeing process development efforts, and change management. Sarah received her undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities and also holds an MBA from UW–Oshkosh.

Eric Renfert is also a Professional Engineer and received his undergraduate degree from UW–Madison and his Master of Science in Civil Engineering (Structural Emphasis) from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. Eric’s six years of experience include the preparation of complex structural calculations, mentoring younger staff, client coordination, project management, research and development, and involvement in multiple technical task groups.

“We are thrilled to bring Sarah and Eric’s expertise to our structural group to meet the ever-growing demand for CORRE’s quality structural services,” says CORRE’s Structural Services Director, Eric Price, PE.

Sarah and Eric both join CORRE in the Wausau office.


CORRE is a full-service transportation engineering firm offering large-firm capabilities with small-firm attitude. With six offices and 100+ employees located throughout Wisconsin, CORRE serves local government and WisDOT with full-service planning, design, and construction services. Their comprehensive combination of specialty services is unmatched anywhere in the state and includes environmental, historical, real estate, bridge inspection, and surveying.'