Prein&Newhof puts former Wilcox employees back to work in Cadillac

March 25, 2013

Prein&Newhof announces it has opened an office in Cadillac, Michigan, in a vacant building at 1202 North Mitchell Street owned by the Wexford County Transit Authority. The new office plans to provide transportation, municipal, environmental, and geotechnical engineering services. The employees hired were key members of the former Wilcox Professional Services organization, and work extensively with MDOT and with northern Michigan municipalities and County Road Commissions. Connie Houk, P.E. and Henry Diemer, P.E. will lead the design services, Fernando Souto, P.E. geotechnical services, Maureen Allen, C.P.G. environmental services, and Josh Gottschall construction services.

Prein&Newhof’s President Jim Cook, P.E. said “This move is a win-win for our new employees and for Prein&Newhof; we hope it will also be a benefit for the City of Cadillac and the communities of northern Michigan. Our new staff deepens our MDOT and road design presence, while opening doors for us to provide municipal engineering services in Cadillac, Traverse City and northern Michigan.”

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