Updates

  • Prein&Newhof celebrates 50th Anniversary with 150 on the eve of Earth Day

    Sunday, April 21, 2019 marks 50 years of operation for Prein&Newhof. To help commemorate our 50th Anniversary, we purchased 150 blue spruce seedlings and distributed one to each employee with the company motto, Seeing Farther, on the packaging and the vision that the recipients will take them home and plant them in P&N’s client–communities across […]

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  • Ottawa County Hiawatha Drain Project wins MACDC Award

    Congratulations to our client, Ottawa County and Ottawa County Water Resources Commissioner Joe Bush on the recent recognition for the Hiawatha Drain project. This project won the Michigan Association of County Drain Commissioners (MACDC) Innovation and Excellence Award (2019). The project was honored at MACDC’s Winter conference in mid-February and will be featured in the […]

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  • Prein&Newhof Buys QoE Consulting, PLC

    West Michigan engineering firm acquires Lansing-based airport firm QoE Consulting, PLC Prein&Newhof announces that it has acquired Lansing-based QoE Consulting, an 8-year-old company that specializes in airport engineering and consulting. Prein&Newhof is now the only Michigan-based airport engineering firm serving Michigan’s public and private airports. With the acquisition, P&N’s aviation team has over 200 years […]

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  • Dan Sorek Appointed to MDEQ Advisory Board of Examiners

    Prein&Newhof is pleased to announce that MDEQ Director C. Heidi Grether has appointed P&N Project Manager Dan Sorek, PE to the MDEQ Advisory Board of Examiners. Established in the Safe Water Drinking Act in 1976, the Advisory Board of Examiners is responsible for reviewing applicants for certification of drinking water (distribution and treatment) operators in […]

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  • Vice President Mark Prein Appointed to Governor’s Advisory Commission

    Prein&Newhof is proud to announce that Governor Snyder recently appointed P&N Vice President and Senior Project Manager Mark Prein, PE to the State of Michigan Environmental Permit Review Commission. Established by Public Act 268 of 2018, the Environmental Permit Review Commission was created within the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality to act in an advisory capacity. […]

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  • P&N’s Cadillac office relocated Downtown to Historic Landmark

    Monday, August 20, 2018 was Prein&Newhof’s first day of operation in the historic, 111 year–old Cobbs and Mitchell Building in downtown Cadillac. Built in 1907, the Cobbs and Mitchell building is on the national register of historic places, especially noted for the many native wood species used in finishes throughout the building. It was built […]

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  • P&N Engineer, Altena, earns PE License

    Prein&Newhof is honored to announce that P&N Engineer Kendra Altena has earned her Professional Engineer (PE) License in the State of Michigan. To earn the PE License in the State of Michigan, one must earn a four–year college degree, pass the Fundamentals of Engineering exam, work under a Professional Engineer for at least four years (three years for […]

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  • Grant Application Window Open for Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Projects

    The Nonpoint Source Program is requesting proposals for fiscal year 2019 funding for watershed projects. The goal is to protect and restore impaired waters from nonpoint source (NPS) pollution. Funding may be used for physical improvements, information/education strategies, land use planning, the installation of easements, and related activities. Projects must address specific sources of nonpoint […]

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  • Three P&N Engineers earn PE Licenses

    Prein&Newhof is proud to announce that Tyler DeNooyer, Steve Taplin, and Lucas Timmer recently earned their Professional Engineer (PE) licenses in the State of Michigan. To earn the PE license in the State of Michigan, individuals must earn a four–year college degree, pass the Fundamentals of Engineering exam, work under a Professional Engineer for at least four years […]

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  • GLFT Grants Available for Water Access Sites

    The Great Lakes Fishery Trust (GLFT) has up to $500,000 available for projects focused on significantly increasing access to the Great Lakes fishery for shore-based angling and tribal commercial fishing in Michigan. Supported activities may include: Construction of new access sites Upgrades and renovations to existing access sites Engineering and feasibility studies for proposed access […]

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