Prein&Newhof is proud to announce that Erik Allore and Richard Taglione recently earned their Professional Engineer (PE) licenses in the State of Michigan.
To earn the PE license in Michigan, individuals must have 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 offer. We take pride in building a team of professionals who hold themselves to the highest standard.
Erik Allore joined Prein&Newhof in 2016 as an Engineer-in-Training. Allore’s expertise is in road and utility design work, including permit applications, specifications, and organizing quantities/estimates for various projects. He also has Civil 3D experience modeling roads and sidewalks. During construction season, Allore transitions into construction observation for paving, utility work, and wetland projects. He is experienced with AutoCAD and ArcGIS. He is certified in Soil Erosion & Sedimentation Control (SESC) Plan Review and Design, Nuclear Density Testing, and Concrete Field Testing–Level I. Allore graduated from Michigan State University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
Richard Taglione joined Prein&Newhof in 2015 as an Engineer-in-Training. At Prein&Newhof, Taglione’s experience includes utility installation and road reconstruction projects. He has observed the installation of water main for storm and sanitary sewer systems. As a certified Nuclear Gauge Operator, he has also performed density tests for a variety of projects. In addition to his experience as a Construction Observer, Taglione has worked on asset management projects for multiple communities and has assisted with various project management tasks. He is certified in Soil Erosion & Sedimentation Control (SESC) Plan Review and Design, Nuclear Density Testing, Confined Space Training, and Concrete Field Testing–Level I. Taglione is a member of Michigan Society of Professional Engineers (MSPE). He holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Michigan Technological University.