We Say Goodbye to Greg Thiel
Greg was one of the founders of NW Engineers back in 2007. Business was good then and everyone was excited – for about a year. Then the Great Recession hit and employees tighten their belts for the hard road ahead. Greg persevered and had the tenacity to bring the new firm and its very dedicated group of employees through the economic downturn and into the “good times” that we now enjoy. Greg’s 40 plus years of experience was crucial during these times and we all thank him for being here at the right time.
“Our Client’s Success Is In Our Design”
On a professional level, Greg focused on land development and a wide variety of municipal infrastructure projects. He prepared facilities plans, conducted rate studies, administered large construction contracts involving water and wastewater treatment plants and pumping stations, and designed water mains, streets, sidewalks, interceptor and collector sewer and storm sewer systems. Greg has been responsible for many pipeline and manhole rehabilitation projects as well. Greg was also a stickler for quality, understanding that our “client’s success is in our design”! Greg will be missed when he retires at the end 2016, but we are grateful for all he has done for this company.