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.
Throughout his 21-year career, Jason has gained experience in a variety of areas, including all stages of civil engineering design projects; contract administration and construction observation; project permitting for local, state, and federal agencies; technical report preparation and review, and overall project management service. In addition to his technical skills, his coordination with clients, utility companies, and public and regulatory agencies make him an incredible asset to WLC.
Serving as Vice President, Civil Engineering Manager and a Project Manager in our Casper office, Jason has overseen the site design and construction for a number of Casper’s educational facilities for WLC, including the Gateway Building at Casper college, the recent expansion and rehabilitation of Natrona County High School, and Kelly Walsh High School.
Jason is a Licensed Professional Civil Engineer in Wyoming, board member for ACEC of Wyoming and is also involved with the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Born and raised Casper, Jason still lives in the community. He has two sons, Connor, age 21, and Lane, age 19. When he’s not managing one of WLC’s many projects, you will find Jason enjoying Wyoming’s outdoors, hunting and fishing.