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OMNNI Associates is pleased to announce that Kyle Weeks has earned his Professional Engineering registration in Wisconsin and that Christopher Rogers has earned his Professional Geologist registration in Wisconsin as well. See the full press release below:
“Appleton – Kyle Weeks recently earned his Professional Engineering (P.E.) registration from the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services. As a geotechnical engineer, Kyle’s responsibilities at OMNNI include site investigations, soils testing, subsurface exploration and analysis, foundation analysis, construction recommendations and final report preparation. Projects include new building and additions, new developments, and road and bridge design. Kyle recently provided geotechnical engineering for the design of the new exhibition center located in downtown Appleton and he is currently providing expertise for the development of the adjacent Jones Park.
Christopher Rogers recently earned his Professional Geologist (P.G.) registration from the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services. As a hydrogeologist at OMNNI Associates, Chris’s responsibilities include conducting Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments including soil, water, and vapor sampling; site investigations; developing spill prevention control and countermeasure (SPCC) and stormwater pollution prevention plans (SWPPP); brownfield redevelopment; grant writing; health and safety compliance (general industry and construction); construction management; and environmental compliance work.
Earning a PE and PG registration requires specific education and experience, plus passing a comprehensive examination. These designations demonstrate that you have mastered the knowledge, acquired the experience, and are committed to the highest standards of practice.
Founded in 1968, OMNNI Associates is celebrating 50 years of providing consulting services to public and private sector clients. Headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin, the firm’s services include engineering, architecture and environmental services.”