Team

We are ready to take on your toughest job

Our clients expect only the best from WWC, and that begins with the project manager. We have incredibly skilled project managers who combine their experience, talent, and passion to create quality designs that have given us the reputation we are honored to have. Engineers, geologists, and biologists make up our team of project managers, as well as other men and women who are gifted in many areas.

These managers have proven to be hard-working and detail-oriented, ensuring every client will be pleased with the final result. Your project and its details will always be safe in the hands of one of these great project managers.

Leadership

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Brady Lewis, P.E. 

I grew up on a family farm in Basin, WY and was exposed to irrigation and the family irrigation sales business. This experience gave me real word experience and interest in hydraulics and business. I attended UW and received a degree in Civil Engineering in 2002. I started with WWC in 2003, fresh off a stint with WYDOT. Initially, I picked up experience planning, design, permitting and project management. I gravitated towards oil and gas development work because I enjoyed the fast pace, large scale problem solving, strong relationships and diversity of work: engineering, land, wildlife, surveying and NEPA. I like working with a team. In 2015, I became the Civil/Water Resources Department Manager, and in 2019 I was humbled and honored to be selected President/CEO. I have two children that attend grade and middle school in Dayton WY, where my wife is a school nurse. I spend much of my spare time hunting, fishing and traveling with my family.

Brady Lewis, PE

President and CEO

Sheridan, WY

Mike Evers, PG 

Mike graduated with a bachelor’s degree in geology from the University of Wyoming in 1984 and started his career mudlogging for another Wyoming grad, Roger Charbonneau, at Décollement Consulting. When the bottom fell out of crude oil prices in 1986, he set his sights on the engineering industry, acquiring a Master of Science in groundwater geology from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. Mike began working with WWC in 1991, and has enjoyed WWC’s culture and appreciation for employees and clients alike since day one. When he’s not at work, Mike enjoys traveling with his wife of 35 years, Mary Beth, bird hunting with his dog Emmy, and fishing. They have two grown sons, both of whom work in the energy industry. Mike is a long-time member of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Sheridan and serves on the Sheridan Community Land Trust board.

Mike Evers, PG

Special Projects

Sheridan, WY

Paula Hathaway, CPA

I was born and raised in Sheridan, Wyoming and graduated in 1990 from the University of Wyoming with my bachelor’s degree in Accounting. In 1995, I became a licensed Certified Public Accountant in the State of Wyoming. My career began in public accounting, but I quickly realized my passion was the corporate sector and have worked in industry for the past 20+ years. In 2015, I joined the WWC team as their Corporate Accountant/HR Director. When not at work, I enjoy a multitude of outdoor activities including hiking, snowshoeing and fishing with my husband John and our four dogs. I also enjoy spending as much time as possible with my two grown daughters, one a pharmacist in Dallas, TX and one studying to become a physical therapist in Portland, OR. Over the past five years, I have served as a crisis line volunteer for our local Advocacy and Resource Center and have also been known to foster and rescue a few homeless dogs.

Paula Hathaway, CPA

Director of Finance and
Human Resources

Sheridan, WY

Jack Fritz, P.E. 

Since my first job as an environmental engineer in 1998, I have developed a passion for ensuring the quality of all deliverables that cross my desk. I enjoy coordinating complex projects, solving problems, and reviewing work products generated throughout the company. In addition to being an owner, I serve as the Secretary on WWC’s Board of Directors. Outside of the office, I enjoy spending time with my family, especially hiking, horseback riding, and all our kids’ activities. I also serve my church and community, including on the board of the Sheridan County YMCA.

Jack Fritz, PE

Director of Operations

Sheridan, WY

Branch Managers

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Shawn Higley 

I was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree (Civil Engineering) in 1993 and a Master of Science degree (Groundwater Resources) in 1996 by the University of Wyoming where I developed a Master’s Thesis entitled “Numerical Simulations and Groundwater Storage Relationships Within the Muddy Creek Aquifer System”. In 1995, I joined the Wyoming State Engineer’s Office as a Commissioner & Hydrographer for the Little Laramie River near Laramie, Wyoming where I managed irrigation demand on a highly regulated river system. I also assisted the Wyoming SEO in the development and QA of their initial on-line water rights database. In 1996, I joined WWC in Sheridan, Wyoming as an Associate Engineer working on civil and water resources related projects. In 1999, I took on the role as the Civil/Water Resources Department Manager, accepting the responsibility for all civil and water resources related projects within northern Wyoming and southern Montana. In 2004, I was promoted to a Principal in the company and to serve as the Helena Branch Manager where I still work today. I am currently a member of the WWC Board of Directors and serve as the Principal in charge of WWC’s Montana operations. In my spare time, I enjoy hunting, fishing, hiking, biking and boating in Montana’s vast expanse of the outdoors. I also currently serve on the Board of Directors for the Montana Water Resources Association and serve as an expert witness on a variety of water resource issues throughout the region.

Shawn Higley, PE, PH

Branch Manager

Helena, MT

Chad Reed

I graduated from the University of Wyoming with a bachelor of science degree in Civil Engineering in 1997 and began my career with WWC in 1999 as an associate civil engineer. In a relatively short timeframe, I have been promoted from project manager to department head and am currently Branch Manager of the Sheridan office in addition to being a principal owner and member of WWC’s Board of Directors. I feel very grateful to work with such a talented and professional group of people and am very proud to embrace and advocate WWC’s family-oriented culture. When not serving the employees of WWC, I enjoy spending time outdoors hunting, fishing and camping in the beautiful Big Horn Mountains with my wife Jacque, daughter Sawyer and sons Nolan and Gavin.

Chad Reed, PE

Branch Manager

Sheridan, WY

Greg Reid

I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Montana State University in 2008 and have been working at WWC Engineering in Sheridan, Wyoming since that time until 2015. In 2015, WWC Engineering decided to open a Billings, Montana office and I volunteered to manage the office and was happy to have the opportunity to move back to Montana. I have spent the last several years working on establishing a branch office in Billings and solidifying a workload there. In 2016, I became part of WWC’s ownership team. When I’m not at work, I spend time with my wife, Toni, going to the lake, and chasing after our 2-year old daughter Riley.

Greg Reid, PE

Branch Manager

Billings, MT

Murray Schroeder

Murray graduated from Corvallis Oregon’s Harding Grade School in 1974 or 75. He was a hulk of a 12-year old kid and ruthless playground ruler. A boyhood friend attributes Murray with the invention and perfection of the “poo grenade”, an apple leaf wrapped dog turd, hucked at passersby and undergraduates. His passion for “higher” education was distorted by 4 or 5 years at Washington State University, where he majored in Civil Engineering. Murray has a Master’s Degree in Environmental Engineering (Water and Wastewater, not tree hugging) from the University of Wisconsin. He is the proud father of three, a cook with a predictable menu, and active in community service groups and professional organizations. Murray has pitched in at WWC for more than 30 years, more than any other active employee except Bob Muller.

Murray Schroeder, PE

Branch Manager

Laramie, WY

Darrin Tromble

I am a Wyoming native and graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1997. I began working with WWC shortly after that with the first ten years being focused on transportation engineering and roadway design in our Sheridan branch. In 2006, I moved to Casper to manage our branch office where I remain today. We have a great group of employees here that I am happy to work alongside. Outside of the office, I like to spend time with my wife and three kids enjoying the outdoors and all the activities our great state has to offer.

Darrin Tromble, PE

Branch Manager

Casper, WY

Project Managers

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Clint Andersen

I am a civil engineer/land surveyor. I grew up on a cattle ranch on the South Dakota/Wyoming state line. After high school I enlisted in the U.S. Navy and became an aviation structural/hydraulic mechanic working on the F/A-18 Hornet. I served for five years from 1997 through 2002 deploying twice overseas. Upon completing my enlistment, I enrolled in the University of Wyoming to study civil engineering. I graduated with my Bachelors of Science (Civil Engineering) in May 2007 and began working at WWC shortly thereafter. After becoming a licensed engineer, I began working on my professional surveyor’s license, which completed in June 2017. I primarily work in the oil and gas industry, but also work in the land development sector. Outside of work I enjoy doing yardwork and gardening with my family.

Clint Andersen, PELS

Engineer/Surveyor

Billings, MT

Jeff Barron

I graduated with a bachelor of science degree in Civil Engineering from Montana State University, Go Bobcats! Prior to my graduation from MSU, I managed a Napa Auto parts store, served 8 years honorably in the Montana Army National Guard earning the Montana Army National Guard Distinguished Service Medal, and fought fires for the United States Forest Service. I began work with WWC in 2005 and became an owner in the company in 2016. I enjoy working with the many talented people employed by WWC to solve problems for a diversified client pool. I am incredibly thankful that such a career provides for my wife Monique and six children. My wife is able to homeschool the kids and serves as the parish secretary in Ranchester. In my spare time, I can be found building wood projects in my shop, carrying a fishing pole with our kids, responding to fire and medical emergencies as a volunteer, talking stocks with my investment club, helping townsfolk as a councilman, or offering advice on the board of Marion Day Care.

Jeff Barron, PE

Civil Department Manager

Sheridan, WY

John Berry

I was born and raised in Wyoming and graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1973 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife Management. I began working in the mining industry in 1976, working directly with coal mines/mining companies, doing everything from trapping Greater sagegrouse and fawn pronghorn to designing and overseeing reclamation. I started working for WWC in 2003 and have thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to work with an outstanding group of WWC employees and serving our clients. My 40+-year working career has taught me that while change is inevitable, it can be a good thing when good opportunities are embraced. WWC has certainly provided me with plenty of good opportunities. I enjoy working around our house, spending time with my wife, Janet, and creating peculiar “master pieces” in my shop. My wife and I have three children who have fledged (or are about to fledge) from the nest they call home. How’s that for harkening back to an education in wildlife management?

John Berry, CWB

Senior Wildlife Biologist

Sheridan, WY

Dale Brown

I was born and raised in Wyoming. I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Engineering in 1990 and acquired a Master of Science in Agricultural Engineering in 1993 from the University of Wyoming. I began working with WWC in 1991. I enjoy working with other WWC employees and serving our clients. I have had the opportunity to work on a variety of different projects for the mining industry in Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, North Dakota, Tennessee, Louisiana, and Colorado. When I’m not at work, I spend time with my beloved wife, Deonn. I have two grown children. I also enjoy serving on the board for the Mining Associates of Wyoming (President 2016-2017) and the Montana Coal Council.

Dale Brown, PE

Regulatory Team Leader

Sheridan, WY

Joe Crump

 

Joe Crump

Survey Team Leader

Sheridan, WY

Jessica Dais

I grew up in California and earned a B.S. in Avian Sciences from University of California, Davis in 2001 and an M.S. in Civil Engineering from California State University, Sacramento in 2011. I joined WWC Engineering in 2017 bringing expertise in water and sanitary sewer systems and road design. When I am not at work, I can often be found running the trails in the Bighorn Mountains training for ultramarathons.

Jessica Dais, PE

Engineer

Sheridan, WY

Leland Fabel

I grew up in Kalispell, Montana and completed my first two years of engineering coursework at Flathead Valley Community College. I then transferred to Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana where I graduated with a B.S. in Civil Engineering May 2015. I am experienced in environmental site assessments, wetland delineation, Wyoming water rights, construction administration, and hydraulics & hydrology. In my spare time, I enjoy hunting and fishing in the outdoors of Wyoming and Montana. I also volunteer as a big brother for Big Brothers Big Sisters in Sheridan, Wyoming.

Leland Fabel, PE

Engineer

Sheridan, WY

Jeremy Fadness

I am a native of Dillon, Montana and received a bachelors degree in Civil Engineering Technology from Montana State University – Northern in Havre, Montana. After college, I worked for the Montana Department of Transportation as a Civil Engineer in construction and ultimately ended up in Helena with my family in 2001 to do road design. I started work with WWC in the Helena office in 2003 and have worked on a variety of projects over the last 15 years including land development, road design, grading and drainage design, hydraulic and hydrology, environmental permitting, municipal engineering, parks projects. Most recently have started performing planning work for municipalities and counties throughout Montana including subdivision reviews, zoning reviews, development of regulations, and preparation of planning documents such as growth policies and capital improvements plans. In 2016, I received by AICP certification from the American Planning Association. My wife and I raised our three children in Helena where we currently have two in college and one left in high school. In my spare time I enjoy traveling with my wife and making adventures where ever we go, camping, hiking, and hunting. Most recently I was appointed to the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Citizen Advisory Council for Region 3 as well as the Lewis and Clark County Transportation Coordinating Committee.

 

Jeremy Fadness, PE 

Senior Engineer & Planner

Helena, MT

Wade Filkins

I am a Wyoming native and graduated with a Civil Engineering degree with an emphasis in Environmental Engineering from the University of Wyoming in 2005. I began my career at WWC in 2006 where I have worked on a variety of projects from uranium mine development and permitting to municipal landfill closure design. While not at work, I enjoy spending time in the mountains with my wife and two children.

Wade Filkins, PE

Engineer

Sheridan, WY

Garth French

I am a civil engineer with experience in municipal, environmental, water resources, and mining engineering. I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Montana State University in 2004 and have been a licensed professional engineer in the State of Montana since 2009. I started working for WWC Engineering in Sheridan, Wyoming, where I worked from the spring of 2005 until 2009. In the fall of that year, I moved back to Hobson, Montana. From 2009 until 2015 I worked on mining projects remotely for the Sheridan office. In 2015, our Helena branch opened a satellite office in Lewistown, MT, where I have worked ever since. I have spent the last several years developing good working relationships with clients and managing projects in Central Montana. My wife Kari and I have 3 daughters, Peyton, Olivia, and Madison.

Garth French, PE

Engineer

Lewistown, MT

Rod Fuller

I was born and raised in Wyoming. I graduated with an associate’s degree in engineering from Sheridan College in 1987, and a bachelor’s degree in Range Management from the University of Wyoming in 1991. I began working with WWC in 2001 and enjoy working with the other WWC employees and serving our clients. I have over twenty years of professional experience in the environmental sciences that are associated with the energy development industry within Wyoming and Montana. When I am not at work, I spend time in great outdoors doing a variety of activities.

Rod Fuller

Environmental Technician

Sheridan, WY

Kevin Grabinski

I started working for a civil engineering design firm as a CAD drafter while in high school and then attended college at Montana State University. I completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering in 2004 and a Master of Science degree in Environmental Engineering in 2007. I moved to Helena to join the WWC team in 2007 and am a senior engineer working on a variety of projects including development, irrigation, environmental assessments, wastewater, earthen dams and oil and gas. Outside of work, I volunteer my time as the Captain of Lewis and Clark County Search and Rescue and as a volunteer firefighter and EMT. In my free time, I enjoy being in the mountains or on the river running whitewater.

Kevin Grabinski, PE

Senior Engineer

Helena, MT

Bradley Green

After spending time searching for the right career path I attended South Dakota School of Mines in Rapid City, South Dakota and graduated with my Civil Engineering Degree in 2008. I started working at WWC Engineering shortly thereafter and have been involved in a variety of awesome projects. I enjoy the people I get to work with, the relationships that have developed and the beautiful and wild places I get to work in throughout the great state of Wyoming. When I am not at work I enjoy spending time outside with my amazing wife and four children hiking, fishing and staying active.

Bradley Green, PE, LSIT

Engineer

Casper, WY

Taylor Kasperick

I was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, before moving to Laramie, WY to attend school at the University of Wyoming. After graduating with my Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering in 2013, I worked in Laramie for 3 years. I moved to Billings with my wife, Anna, and joined the WWC team. Anna and I thoroughly enjoy all that Billing’s has to offer, from the Beartooth Mountains and Red Lodge Ski Resort a quick drive away, to floating the rivers right in Billing’s backyard. In my time off from work, I enjoy traveling with Anna, golfing, working out at the local CrossFit gym, and spending time in the outdoors.

Taylor Kasperick, PE

Engineer

Billings, MT

Beth Kelly

I graduated with a degree in Chemical Engineering from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts in 2011, where I also played women’s basketball. I joined WWC Engineering in 2007 with a background in air quality. During my time at WWC, I have gained extensive experience in technical writing, evaluating water quality results and NEPA analyses. When I am not at work, I am busy with my two young daughters. My kids and I also volunteer for the Food Group in Sheridan, Wyoming.

Beth Kelly

Engineer

Sheridan, WY

Jason Koltiska

I was awarded my Bachelors of Science (Environmental Biology) by Chadron State College in 1998. My specialty is in Oil and Gas planning and permitting. I have worked in Oil and Gas fields across the United States since 1999 and have been involved in multiple aspects of the Oil and Gas industry including mineral leasing, planning, staking, permitting, managing Federal plans of development and Project acquisition. When not working, I enjoy hunting, farming and ranching, and traveling with my beautiful wife Joy and my amazing 3 daughters: Sage, Amia and Willow.

Jason Koltiska

Environmental Biologist

Sheridan, WY

Gene Leath

I am a Sheridan, Wyoming native and pursued my Civil Engineering degree at the University of Wyoming. I began my career with WWC Engineering upon graduation in 2011 and have since worked on a diverse array of projects spanning from Oil & Gas development to stream restoration. My mantra is work hard – play hard. I was elected into the WWC ownership program in 2018. When I am not responding to the high paced demands of Oil & Gas, I enjoy roaming the mountains with my wife and coaching soccer within the community.

Gene Leath, PE

Energy Department Manager

Sheridan, WY

Ray Moores

I was born and raised near Gateway, Colorado where I grew up on a cattle ranch. After 2 years at Mesa State College in Grand Junction, CO I transferred to the University of Wyoming where I received both bachelor of science and master of science degrees in Civil Engineering with a focus on water resources. I joined WWC’s Sheridan branch right out of college and have been with WWC since 2002. Since joining WWC, I have been involved in a broad spectrum of projects including projects for coal bed methane development, coal mining, uranium mining, oil and gas, and municipal design. In 2016, I moved back to Gateway, Colorado to the family ranch and help operate the Moores Mining, LLC gravel pit. I now split my time between the gravel pit, ranch, and WWC Engineering projects. My wife (Meg) and I have four girls. We also own and manage several rental properties in Sheridan, WY and Grand Junction, CO. In my spare time (on the rare occasion that I get some) I enjoy hunting/eliminating predators, rehabbing old houses, and killing invasive trees and weeds and replacing them with fruit trees and other edible plants on my ranch in the Unaweep Canyon.

Ray Moores, PE

Senior Engineer

Sheridan, WY

Drew Pearson

I was raised in Helena, where my immediate family still resides. After obtaining a Civil Engineering degree at Montana State University, I moved back to my home town to join the WWC team. My professional experience is vast and includes; project management, wastewater, irrigation, development, transportation, environmental assessments, oil and gas, and surveying. In 2018, I became part of the WWC ownership team. I am married to Kinzie who grew up on farm outside of Fairfield. She is a registered nurse at the Surgicenter. We enjoy spending time with our two kids, camping, backpacking, boating, skiing and tackling various home improvement projects.

Drew Pearson, PE, LSIT

Senior Engineer/Surveyor

Helena, MT

Loren Ruttinger

I was born in Lawrence, Kansas and moved several times until I made my home in Sheridan, Wyoming in 2005. I graduated from Sheridan High School and pursued my B.S. in Civil Engineering at the University of Wyoming. After graduating in May 2012, I began working for WWC. I have worked on a variety of projects including coal mining, uranium in-situ recovery, geotechnical investigations, and environmental cleanup and remediation. In my free time, I enjoy hiking, camping, and hunting in the Bighorn Mountains, and restoring 1932 and 1936 Ford trucks. I am also a volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters, a Stephen Minister, and serve as an elder for First Presbyterian Church of Sheridan.

Loren Ruttinger, PE

Engineer

Sheridan, WY

Ben Schiffer

I was Born and raised on a cow/calf operation in Johnson County, I attended Whitman College and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in geology. Since graduating, I have worked for a major in-situ uranium producer and for a small consulting firm with projects in Alaska, California and Wyoming. I have been with WWC for nearly 14 years and have specialized in in-situ uranium feasibility and permitting, oil and gas permitting and overseen hundreds of drilling programs. I serve as the Energy/Environmental department manager in the Sheridan office, and I am a past director at WWC. I continue to live in Johnson County with my wife and twin boys where I operate my family ranch. I enjoy skiing, hiking and camping.

Ben Schiffer, PG

Environmental Department Manager

Sheridan, WY

Matt Selvig

I am a Scobey, Montana native and pursued Civil Engineering at Montana State University. After graduating with my Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering with a focus on Geotechnical Engineering in 2011, I moved to Helena to join the WWC team. I have worked on a variety of projects involving many aspects of the Civil Engineering profession including water resources and irrigation, municipal, land development, oil and gas, and geotechnical engineering. In 2018, I was selected to be included in WWC’s ownership team. Outside of the office, I enjoy camping and spending time on the lake with my wife, Aleisa, and our three children. I am also an avid golfer and have recently pursued fly-fishing.

Matt Selvig, PE

Engineer

Helena, MT

Troy Summers

I grew up in Wyoming and graduated from Sheridan College and the University of Wyoming with degrees in Drafting, Geology and Environment & Natural Resources. I joined WWC in 1999 and have worked on a variety of environmental, mining, energy development and water resource projects. I specialize in environmental related efforts including hydrologic monitoring, permitting and database management. When not at work I enjoy spending time with my family at sporting and outdoor activities throughout the region.

Troy Summers

Geologist

Laramie, WY

Justin Terfehr

I am from Cheyenne, WY and graduated from the University of Wyoming with my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Civil Engineering. I joined the WWC Team upon graduation in 2012 and have worked on a variety of projects from municipal utility design to Oil and Gas development. I specialize in water resource related projects including fisheries engineering, irrigation and river restoration projects. In 2018, I became part of WWC’s ownership team. I enjoy fishing with my family and am proud to admit my wife can row our drift boat better than I can. When not fishing, I enjoy hunting and golfing.

Justin Terfehr, PE

Engineer

Laramie, WY

Dirk Thompson

I was born and raised farming on my family farm in Winifred, Montana before I moved to Bozeman, Montana where I received my Bachelor of Science Degree in Construction Engineering with an emphasis in Surveying. I began my career at WWC in Sheridan, Wyoming in 2008 where I manage various oil and gas and surveying projects. I became part of WWC’s ownership team in 2018. When out of the office, I enjoy spending time with my wife Kami, family, playing golf and watching football.

Dirk Thompson, PLS

Surveyor

Sheridan, WY

Cody Wyatt

I was born and raised in Casper Wyoming. I attended the University of Wyoming where I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering in 2010. I began my career at WWC in 2011 where I have appreciated the opportunity to work for amazing clients on a variety of projects. I enjoy WWC’s commitment to solving problems for their customers while implementing a family type culture for our employees. When out of the office, I enjoy spending time with my wife, Kylie, as well as getting outside for golfing and skiing.

Cody Wyatt, PE

Engineer

Sheridan, WY

Garrett Zimmer

I was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon, and attended college at Oregon Tech. I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering in 2013. After completing an internship with WWC, I was hired on full-time. I worked as a co-design engineer on various projects before becoming a Professional Engineer and Project Manager with WWC. When I am not working, I enjoy spending time with my wife and two kids at the lake, camping, and being outdoors.

Garrett Zimmer, PE

Engineer

Casper, WY

Jake Schneider

I was born and raised in northwestern Arizona in a town on old U.S. Route 66. The town was small enough that you would miss it if you blinked while driving down the road.  I graduate from Kingman High School in Arizona and couldn’t wait to leave the desert, so I joined the United States Marine Corps (OOHRAA), my first duty station-29 Palms California. The high desert of Arizona was an oasis compared to the hot rocks and blowing sand in the nothingness of 29 Palms.  I served at several other duty stations and was honorably discharged from the Marines and then came to Laramie to go to UW.  I found a place that called to me like no place I’d ever been with so many hunting, fishing and outdoor activities to keep me, my wife and three children busy in our free time.  I started with WWC in 2011 as an intern and graduated with a BS in Civil Engineering from UW in 2012.  In my experience there isn’t a better place or better people to work with than here at WWC!  I’ve worked on a variety of Civil Engineering projects from municipal utilities, street and landfills, to site plans for many of the recently constructed buildings at UW.

Jake Schneider

Paul Heintz

I was born and raised farming on my family farm in Winifred, Montana before I moved to Bozeman, Montana where I received my Bachelor of Science Degree in Construction Engineering with an emphasis in Surveying. I began my career at WWC in Sheridan, Wyoming in 2008 where I manage various oil and gas and surveying projects. I became part of WWC’s ownership team in 2018. When out of the office, I enjoy spending time with my wife Kami, family, playing golf and watching football.

Paul Heintz

Surveyor

Sheridan, WY

Chelsea Winslow

I grew up in the hills of West Virginia and graduated with a B.S. in Wildlife and Fisheries Resources, with a minor in Conservation Ecology from West Virginia University in 2008. I kicked off my journey with WWC Engineering in 2017, bringing in an expertise in wildlife biology. My focus of work is conducting wildlife surveys for oil & gas development, in addition to state and federal oil & gas permitting. When I am not at work, I enjoy being active outdoors with my adventurous 2 dogs and cat.

Chelsea Winslow

Chris McDowell

I grew up in Sheridan, attended the University of Wyoming, and graduated with a B.S. of Geology in 2016. I started working for WWC Engineering as an intern in 2015 and never left. Since then I have been involved in some incredibly diverse and exciting projects in multiple states and countries including work in the uranium, water supply, environmental, oil & gas, and coal industries. Outside of work, I spend time with my family, work on project cars (currently two Jeeps), and volunteer with Sheridan Area Search and Rescue.

Chris McDowell