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WGI’s Adam Schildmeier, PE Installed as President of the Florida Engineering Society (FES)
After serving a term as the President-Elect for the 104-year-old professional organization, WGI’s Adam Schildmeier, PE was officially installed as the President of the Florida Engineering Society (FES) for the 2020-2021 term.
Adam Schildmeier is the Director of Private Land Development for Civil Engineering at WGI. Adam has nearly two decades of experience that includes all aspects of land development projects from large-scale commercial shopping centers to residential subdivisions in various jurisdictions.
Adam will lead the Florida Engineering Society in its mission to support engineering education, advocate for licensure, promote the ethical and competent practice of engineering, enhance the image and well-being of all engineers in the state of Florida, and further the public’s knowledge and understanding of the importance of the profession.
“I’m a Midwest native (Indianapolis, IN) that moved to Florida to start my professional career. I love the beach and the water. I miss skiing/snowboarding, but I try to do some of that when visiting extended family in Colorado.
I’m a family man in my free time, married with four kids (11, 8, 6, 2) and live in Port St Lucie. I love to create new memories with the family as often as possible!”
Congratulations, Adam! We’re proud of your leadership and dedication to the profession.
Looking for a reliable Civil Engineer to assist you on your next project venture? WGI is full of reliable and dedicated engineers like Adam, and we would love to hear from you. Contact our team today and let’s chat!
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