Three P&N Engineers earn PE Licenses

July 11, 2018

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 (three years for those with a graduate degree), and pass the Principles and Practice of Engineering exam. This extensive process ensures their competency in the profession.

At Prein&Newhof, it is one of our values to build expertise in the fields we serve. We take pride in building a team of professionals who hold themselves to the highest standard.

 

Lucas Timmer graduated from Calvin College in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering with a Civil/Environmental Concentration. He came to P&N in 2015 after working at Spicer Group for a year and a half. His responsibilities at P&N include design and construction observation of sanitary sewer systems, storm water systems, water systems, and non–motorized pathways. Lucas is a member of the Michigan Association of County Drain Commissioners.

 

 

Steve Taplin joined P&N in 2014 after graduating from Calvin College with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering with a Civil/Environmental Concentration. His responsibilities at P&N include designing water and wastewater system improvement projects, reviewing site plans, and capital improvement planning. Steve is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Michigan Water Environment Association.

 

 

Tyler DeNooyer joined P&N in 2015 after graduating from the University of Illinois with a Master of Civil Engineering in its Energy–Water–Environment Sustainability Program. Tyler earned his Bachelor of Science in Engineering with a Civil/Environmental Concentration from Calvin College in 2013. His responsibilities at P&N include design of water main, sanitary and storm water projects, process design, facilitating asset management, creation and maintenance of geographic information systems (GIS) utility inventories, hydrologic dam monitoring, and providing construction observation. Tyler is a member of the Michigan Society of Professional Engineers, the Michigan Water Environment Association, and the MWEA/AWWA–MI Joint Asset & Infrastructure Management Committee.

 


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