Baxter & Woodman Staff Members Earn Professional Engineering Licenses
CRYSTAL, IL The Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation awarded Professional Engineer (PE) licenses to three Baxter & Woodman staff members.
Graduates of the approved Professional Engineering curriculum must have a minimum of four years of experience and pass two, eight-hour written exams in the fundamentals, principles and practice of engineering to earn the license to practice in the State of Illinois. The newest Baxter & Woodman Professional Engineers include;
Lindsey Zver, PE, CFM
Zver joined Baxter & Woodman in 2012 after earning her Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana. She is a member of the Water Resources Department and Sustainability Committee.
Lauren Schuld, PE
Schuld joined Baxter & Woodman in 2012 after earning her Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from Bradley University. She is a member of the Infrastructure Department and Sustainability Committee.
Emily Grimm, PE
Grimm joined Baxter & Woodman in 2013 after earning her Master of Science degree in civil engineering from Purdue University. She is a member of the Water Resources Department.
"Our congratulations go out to Lindsey, Lauren and Emily for achieving this milestone," said Louis D. Haussmann, PE, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. "Our organization's strength stems from our staff, and we actively support their professional development and continued education."