Hanley, Schoenherr and Wenschlag promoted to technical managers
April 3, 2015
Jennifer Hanley, Adam Schoenherr and Wylie Wenschlag have all been promoted to technical managers; Hanley and Schoenherr in the civil area and Wenschlag in the substation area.
Hanley was previously a senior engineer for Ulteig’s civil transportation team, based in the Fargo office, where she will continue to be located.
“It’s a challenge I’m looking forward to,” Hanley said. “Working with my new team is a great opportunity for all of us and for our clients.”
Hanley joined Ulteig in April of 2008 and brings more than 15 years of engineering experience to her new role. She holds a bachelor of science in civil engineering from North Dakota State University in Fargo and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.
Schoenherr was also a senior engineer based in the Fargo office. He will relocate to Ulteig’s Bismarck office to lead the Ulteig’s civil transportation team there.
As a civil technical manager, Schoenherr will be responsible for working with existing clients, developing new clients, managing the team’s workload, assisting in proposal development, and overseeing and engaging in transportation planning and design activities.
Schoenherr has a bachelor of science in civil engineering from South Dakota State University in Brookings, S.D. He joined Ulteig in January 2007 and brings more than 12 years of engineering experience to the team. He will be relocating to Bismarck.
As civil technical managers, Hanley and Schoenherr are responsible for working with existing clients, developing new clients, managing team workload, assisting in proposal development, and overseeing and engaging in transportation planning and design activities.
Wenschlag was previously a lead engineer for the substation team, based in the Detroit Lakes, Minn., office.
As a substation technical manager, Wenschlag is responsible for managing the team’s workload, client development, assisting in proposal/SOW development, and overseeing and engaging in substation project execution. He will continue as the primary contact with in-house civil personnel in Substation Engineering & Design at Xcel Energy (NSP).
Wenschlag earned a bachelor of science in civil engineering from North Dakota State University in Fargo. He joined Ulteig in October 2012 and brings more than 10 years of civil engineering experience to the team, where his focus has been substation structural engineering.
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