SHEBOYGAN, Wis.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Employee-owned, engineering and architecture company Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc. (SEH®) recently added Senior Wastewater Engineer Alan Bush, PE, BCEE to its Sheboygan, Wisconsin office. Alan brings more than 35 years of experience managing and coordinating complex public works projects.
Alan’s qualifications include the design and integration of multiple disciplines for wastewater collection and treatment projects from 1 mgd to 300 mgd, and water resources development, planning and design. He brings extensive experience overseeing the start-up and initial operation of wastewater collection and treatment facilities, developing industrial pretreatment programs and delivering value engineering studies. In his new role at SEH, Alan will provide increased wastewater and drinking water engineering expertise to clients located across Wisconsin.
“Al’s work is well respected in the industry and among the clients he serves,” said SEH Eastern Region Wastewater Practice Center Leader Steve Peterson, PE. “I’ve worked with Al over the past 15 years, and know first-hand how committed he is to delivering full-service engineering solutions to our clients.”
Alan holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil and Construction Engineering from Iowa State University and he is a registered professional engineer in Wisconsin, California, Florida, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. In addition, he is a board certified environmental engineer and a member of the Water Environment Federation, the Central States Water Environment Association and the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists.
SEH is an employee-owned, professional services company made up of engineers, architects, planners and scientists. Founded in 1927, SEH serves government, industrial and commercial clients in the water, wastewater, buildings, infrastructure, environmental, energy and transportation markets. The employee-owners share a common purpose: Building a Better World for All of Us®. This approach reflects a Company-wide commitment to improving the quality of life by designing safer, more sustainable infrastructure for local, state and federal units of government, and helping industrial and commercial clients achieve their business goals. Visit SEH online at sehinc.com