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WWC Engineering’s Ben Schiffer was recently appointed by Gov. Mark Gordon to the Wyoming State Geological Survey Advisory Board. The appointment was approved by the Wyoming Senate during its most recent legislative session. The advisory board helps formulate and direct agency policies and programs. The Wyoming State Geological Survey studies,
SHERIDAN — Loren Ruttinger, an engineer based in WWC Engineering’s Sheridan, Wyoming, office, earned recognition this month for his work in support of the Acme Power Plant Reclamation Effort. The Sheridan County Conservation District announced its 2021 Conservation Partner Awards at its March 2, 2021, meeting, recognizing Ruttinger along with
SHERIDAN —The U.S. Small Business Administration, in partnership with the Wyoming Small Business Development Center Network and the Wyoming Business Council, presented this year’s National Small Business Week state-level awards during a virtual ceremony Sept. 22, 2020. WWC Engineering earned recognition as Wyoming Small Business Persons of the Year during
SHERIDAN — WWC Engineering recently launched a tool that will allow the public and government officials to track the progress of a project in the Tongue River Valley of northern Wyoming. WWC Engineering designed the pipeline for the Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board — a partnership between the towns of Dayton,
As temperatures begin to rise this spring, many landowners across the Rocky Mountain West have last year’s flooding in mind. If you’re paying high flood insurance rates or building and want to make sure you are out of the floodplain, WWC Engineering can help. If your home or business is