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WLC Owner, Brad Miskimins, Provides Unrivaled Funding Expertise

Like all of WLC’s owners, Brad Miskimins wears many hats. As Funding Strategist, Grantsman, Marketing Director, Board Secretary, and Owner, Brad brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise that is tough to rival.

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Doug Boyd Leads the Way at Rawlins Office

WLC is proud of the team we have; not just for their professional skill, but also for the vast industry knowledge and diversified background they bring to the table. Doug Boyd, Rawlins Office Manager, Project Manager and Owner, embodies the WLC employee.

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32 years and counting, Greg Biggs Corporate Treasurer and Owner

Greg Biggs, WLC Corporate Treasurer and Owner, has tallied 34 years in the industry, 32 of which have been with WLC. With such an extensive career, Greg’s knowledge and experience make him an invaluable asset to WLC.

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Not many people can say they’ve been with the same company since they entered their industry, much less for 21 years, but WLC’s Vice President, Jason Meyers, P.E. can. Since earning his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Wyoming in 1998, Jason has been contributing his extensive expertise to WLC Engineering and Surveying, strengthening our company and our services.  

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WLC President, Shane Porter, Embodies Company Motto

Corporate President, Principal-in-Charge, Senior Project Manager. Shane Porter, P.E. has collected many titles at WLC; the first that includes overseeing the overall direction of the company since 2017. However, his extensive experience with the company and in the industry goes much farther back.   

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WLC Welcomes Rawlins Office Project Manager, Dan Ferrin, P.E.!

WLC is proud to announce the hiring of Dan Ferrin, P.E., who joined the Rawlins team earlier this month as Project Manager. Dan brings over 14 years of experience in municipal construction projects, including water, sewer, storm sewer and street reconstruction, landfill well monitoring, water meter installations, and street widening and overlay projects.

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Civil Engineering Perspective: 2019 to Continue 2018’s Upward Trend

2018 saw solid growth in Wyoming’s economy after the last economic downturn. While our economy wasn’t booming again, we saw a nice upward trend in the energy sector.  In the third quarter of 2018, projects related to mineral extraction were on the rise creating more revenue for our state.  

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Celebrating 70 Years in Business, WLC Looks Back & Forward

Celebrating 70 years in business, WLC Engineering and Surveying (WLC) continues to provide services to Wyoming residents, businesses and governments just as it did in 1948.

Don Davis, WLC’s past president, retired in 2017 after more than 40 years with the company. He was part of WLC’s 5th generation of ownership and shared some thoughts about why he thinks WLC is celebrating its 70th anniversary.

“WLC has always held true to the values of professionalism and integrity,” said Davis. “After 70, years clients know that’s what they’ll always get from WLC. We have always had a commitment to excellence and known there’s only one way to do something, and that’s the right way.” Read more →

5 WLC Presidents Get Together to Look Back at WLC

Shane Porter, Don Davis, Steve Kurtz, Doran Boston, and Brad Clow, five of WLC’s president and past presidents, got together in July 2017 to take a look back at WLC Engineering and Surveying’s 69-year history. Shane is WLC’s current president, taking on the role spring of 2016. Upon Don’s retirement this year on June 30, the group thought it was a good time to get together to step back and look at the company’s progress and success as well as the bumps it’s experienced along the way. Read more →

Don Davis, Past President of WLC, Retires After 40 Years with Company

Mr. Don Davis, P.L.S, past president of WLC, retired from WLC on June 30, 2017. Throughout his 40-year career with the company, he served as an employee, department manager, owner, board of director, and president. Since his resignation as president in March 2016, Mr. Davis has provided support and direction as Shane Porter transitioned into this role for WLC. Mr. Porter succeeded Don Davis, P.L.S. who served as WLC’s president from 2008-2016 and as a board of director since 1995.

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