FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WLC Engineering and Surveying
CHUCK BARTLETT, P.E. JOINS WLC ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING’S RAWLINS OFFICE
Previous Town of Saratoga Engineer Brings More Than 38 Years of Municipal Experience
RAWLINS, Wyo., June 19, 2015 – WLC Engineering and Surveying, a Casper-based full-service civil and geotechnical engineering, surveying, materials testing, grantwriting, and GIS firm, today announces Chuck Bartlett, P.E. was hired as its Rawlins Civil Engineering Department Manager on June 1. Mr. Bartlett was the previous Town of Saratoga Engineer.
With more than 38 years of municipal and private engineering experience, Mr. Bartlett will be responsible for developing WLC’s Rawlins civil and geotechnical operations. Specifically, he will provide client and project development, project management, and oversight of designs, resources, budgets and schedules. From identifying and securing funding sources to designing improvements to providing construction administration services, WLC’s Rawlins operations is now equipped to take any civil engineering project from conception to completion.
“Working in Carbon County for the previous 22 years, Chuck is deeply aware of the infrastructure systems, needs and challenges of the area’s municipalities.” said Jason Meyers, Corporate Vice President and Civil & Geotechnical Engineering Director for WLC Engineering and Surveying. “We’re confident this knowledge combined with WLC’s experience and resources will offer unique solutions and ideas to communities. Additionally, as we carry projects through their life cycle, we can now provide more local and immediate service.”
Since 2001, Mr. Bartlett has served as the Town Engineer for Saratoga. Additionally, he acted as the director of public works, zoning officer, building inspector, and chief water and wastewater operator during his time with the community. Among others, his responsibilities included recommending, coordinating, managing and overseeing day-to-day operations and improvements of all Town infrastructure; enforcing zoning regulations; inspecting building construction for compliance; and managing all public works employees.
Mr. Bartlett is a licensed Wyo. Professional Engineer (P.E.). He graduated from the University of Wyoming with a B.S. in Civil Engineering in 1977 and has since worked for several municipalities and consulting firms.
Since acquiring Robert Jack Smith & Associates in 2010, WLC has provided civil engineering on a number of projects in Carbon County including the Rawlins High School, Pick Bridge Erosion Control, and Carbon County Higher Education Campus projects as well as many others.
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About WLC Engineering and Surveying
Headquartered in Casper, Wyo., WLC Engineering and Surveying is a full-service civil and geotechnical engineering, materials testing, land surveying, grants writing, and GIS firm. Founded in 1948, the employee-owned firm provides its services to public and private sector clients across the state and the Rocky Mountain West in order to create better communities and increase the quality of life for residents. WLC employs approximately 35 people in its Casper, Cheyenne, and Rawlins offices. For more information about the firm or its services, visit www.wlcwyo.com or call (307) 266-2524.