Cheryl Cunningham, P.E.

Cheryl Cunningham, P.E.

President

License: P.E. in Indiana, Kentucky, Arizona, Wisconsin, Texas, Missouri, Ohio, Iowa, Tennessee, and Minnesota

Education: Purdue University, BSCE 1980

What is your favorite project that you have worked on in your career?
I started my career in the construction of Nuclear Power Plants. Being part of the construction of these massive power plants was an unforgettable experience.

Rodney J. Kelly, P.S.

Rodney J. Kelly, P.S.

Project Manager

License: P.S. in Indiana and Kentucky

What is your favorite project that you have worked on in your career?
I worked on several boundary surveys in the past; one very interesting survey, because of its size and complexity, was located in Wildcat Township, Tipton County. Its span was over 12 sections. Another project required retracing a tract of land back to the original signed patent by Andrew Jackson, which I was able to personally review.

Brian Stanoch, P.E., P.S

Brian Stanoch, P.E., P.S

Project Manager

License: P.E. Indiana, P.S. Indiana

Education: Purdue University, BSCE 2005, Purdue University, B.S. LSGE 2005

What is your favorite project that you have worked on in your career?
Indianapolis International Airport, Midfield Terminal. I had the opportunity to work out in the field during construction, and every time I now go there I can still remember when all that was there was a large hole in the ground.

Nicole Kalck, P.E.

Nicole Kalck, P.E.

Project Manager

License: P.E. in Indiana

Education:  Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Purdue University 1999 Master of Science in Civil Engineering, Purdue University, 2001

What is your favorite project that you have worked on in your career? I really enjoyed a project that I worked on in my hometown of Noblesville.  It is along Union Chapel Road, connecting SR 38 down to Promise Road.  I drive the road a lot so it’s nice to see the results of your hard work.

Nick Parsons, P.E.

Nick Parsons, P.E.

Project Manager

License: P.E. in Indiana

Education:  Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Purdue University, 2012

What is your favorite project that you have worked on in your career?
The Louisville riverbank filtration project was the most complex and rewarding project I have ever worked on. The project consisted of the design of collector wells along the Ohio River in Louisville, Kentucky in order to use the natural filtering process of the sands and gravel located in the Ohio River aquifer for drinking water. I was in charge of the preliminary engineering of the project which included site selection of collector wells, preliminary deep pump station design, and bedrock tunnel design.

Matt Wichman

Matt Wichman

Project Manager

Education:  Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Purdue University, 2001

What is your favorite project that you have worked on in your career?  Washington Indiana Constructed Wetlands for CSO Treatment.  I only filled in for a couple weeks on the inspection but it was a very important project for the town and ended up receiving several awards including the 2013 ACEC National Engineering Excellence Honor Award.  The project utilized a 5 Million gallon storage tank to receive the wastewater before being treated at the plant and any overflow from the tank flowed thru two 84 inch pipes before entering a 27 acre constructed wetland for treatment.

John Nail, P.E.

John Nail, P.E.

Project Manager

License: P.E. in Indiana

Education:  Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Purdue University, 2010


What is your favorite project that you have worked on in your career?
The Transform I-66 Outside the Beltway Design/Build Project for the Virginia Department of Transportation. This was a $2 billion project which will alleviate congestion in the existing I-66 corridor outside of Washington D.C. and provide convenient public transit options for commuters into our nation’s capital.