WLC Welcomes Frank Froehlich, Engineer in Training

WLC Welcomes Frank Froehlich, Engineer in Training

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WLC is thrilled to welcome our newest team member, Engineer in Training, Frank Froehlich. As both a Casper College and University of Wyoming graduate, Frank is well-versed in the Wyoming way of life and environment. With Frank’s expertise and enthusiasm, we’re confident he will make an outstanding addition to our team. Frank’s experience is sure to bring a fresh perspective to WLC projects and client relationships.

With previous experience in civil engineering, land surveying, and with client relationships, Frank will provide and grow his expertise in the civil engineering field. Currently in his position, Frank runs ACAD Civil 3D and works on design projects for site plans and storm water management. Frank also has experience in surveying and, on occasion, helps WLC surveyors with construction staking in the field.

Additionally, Frank has previous experience with plot plans, storm water management, CAD modeling, SolidWorks, surveying, construction staking, and building base maps. In his short time with WLC, Frank is already building a stronger understanding of materials testing using nuke gauges, Atterberg, proctor, percolation, and concrete testing.

In his free time, Frank can be found hunting, hiking, shooting, and 4-wheeling. His other interests and hobbies include trucks, machine design/robotics, dogs, and weed control. In fact, before starting his engineering career, Frank was the Seasonal Crew Leader for the Natrona County Weed and Pest.

Please join WLC in extending a warm welcome to Frank; we are excited to have him on the WLC team!