Celebrating Dan Ferrin’s Retirement
WLC Project Manager, Dan Ferrin, P.E., in our Rawlins Office will be retiring at the end of this month. After contributing and serving the civil engineering industry for 33 years, with four of them dedicated to WLC, it is a well-earned retirement.
As a Professional Engineer and Project Manager, Dan brought his expertise of municipal code, building inspection and permitting, site plan review, septic system design and engineering, materials testing, and so much more to the WLC team. When it came to client projects, Dan wore many hats. Some notable projects Dan worked on include the Parking Lot Design and Grading Projects in Rawlins where he served as design engineer for several parking lot drainage and grading designs including the Carbon County Courthouse, the Bank of Commerce, and Wyoming Rents. Dan also worked with Carbon County Road and Bridge as Project Engineer for the Carbon County Road #15 Culvert Replacement Project. Additionally, Dan notably served as the Project Manager and acting Town Engineer for the Town of Wamsutter designing the reconstruction of several streets and water main replacements.
After retirement, Dan plans on enjoying life by spending time with his family, vacationing, fishing, and hunting. He anticipates moving somewhere warmer and becoming a snowbird with his wife. Dan also sees his retirement as the opportunity to build or rebuild vehicles for hunting and 4-wheeling. He plans to attend WyoTech to further his education and have the ability to pursue this as a hobby.
From everyone at WLC, we wish you a happy retirement and a sincere congratulations, Dan! Thank you for your dedication and years at WLC. We wish you all the best!