Trends Winter 2017 - Page 18

PERSPECTIVES 18│ TRENDS Aerial Mapping group adds surveyor Richard Kleinmann has joined Ayres Associates’ aerial mapping group, bringing more than three decades of survey experience in the municipal, state, and private sectors, including managing consultant surveying contracts for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s Southeast Region and serving as West Bend’s city surveyor for 21 years. Kleinmann will work with Thomas Tym, technology solutions leader, expanding Ayres’ commitment to serving the mapping and asset management needs of southeastern Wisconsin counties, municipalities, utilities, and transportation officials. He will work with Ayres surveyors Mitch Reimer and Ben Larson to support the company’s surveying operations in southeast Wisconsin. He is licensed to pilot unmanned aerial systems (drones). Kleinmann is president-elect of the Society of Southeast Wisconsin Land Surveyors and previously served as vice president. Leadership changes announced Daryl Myers was promoted to transportation manager for Ayres’ Southeast Operations and will oversee transportation operations in Ayres’ Jacksonville, Tampa, and Titusville offices. Myers is a registered professional engineer in Florida and South Carolina and has been with Ayres Associates since 2002. He has 18 years of professional engineering experience related to roadway and drainage collection system design for projects ranging from major roadway improvements to minor intersection improvements. Elements of work he oversees include survey, right-of-way mapping and acquisition, roadway design, stormwater collection and treatment, soil and subsurface investigations, permitting, utility relocation and coordination, and public meetings. He holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering from the University of Florida and has been active in the Florida Stormwater Association. David Stroud joined the Jacksonville office as a project manager, bringing traffic engineering and transportation planning expertise. Stroud has more than 35 years of transportation planning and traffic engineering experience. He has served as a consultant to state departments of transportation, metropolitan planning organizations, municipalities, and other consulting firms regarding transportation corridor improvements, traffic access and circulation, parking demand and supply, parking facility design, urban development issues, and highway network computer modeling. He is certified by the American Institute of Certified Planners and is a registered professional engineer in Florida, North Carolina, Texas, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Michigan. He holds a bachelor’s in civil engineering from Youngstown State University in Ohio. He is active in the Transportation Research Board’s efforts with managed lanes, planning applications, and programming and investment decision-making. Craig Schuh has been named manager of municipal services in our Green Bay area office. With nearly 19 years of experience at Ayres Associates, he is committed to serving the municipalities and developers in northeastern Wisconsin. Schuh has been responsible for management or design on about 200 projects, including his primary responsibilities on municipal and site civil projects, assisting transportation engineers with stormwater design, and providing construction observation/supervision. His expertise includes project planning and development, street and utility design, water supply, site development, agency/utility coordination, and public involvement.