As Schaefer strives to lead the field, we must celebrate the accomplishments of our team and the individuals within it. 2017 was a year for development and hard work. While several team members were recognized internally, we’ve included a few notable movers. Adam Knaack, PhD, PE, SE obtained his Structural Engineering (SE) license and was promoted […]
Allied Construction Industries (ACI) recognized Schaefer President Greg Riley with its Distinguished Service Award for his work with the organization.
Schaefer team members spend up to three years in an individualized mentorship program to support their growth and success in our field. Watch to hear how three of our Cincinnati structural engineers – Kyle (team leader), Mike (mentor) and Rachel (mentee) – have built their mentorship relationship.
“And I don’t know what kinda ropes…” Chances are, Taylor Swift wasn’t musing about the wire ropes stabilizing the stage she was performing on that particular night when she belted out “Wait for Me.” Fortunately, those wire ropes were anchored from the stage roof to ballast at the base below the stage. All temporary roof systems are […]
Ryan Konst and Sally Wehrman were promoted to executive vice president and vice president, respectively. Congratulations to two of our firm leaders!
Cincy Shakes – as in Shakespeare, not earthquakes. The Cincinnati Shakespeare Company (CSC) is only the fifth theater in the United States to complete the Shakespeare Canon – 38 Shakespeare plays performed in chronological order. For the past 20 years, the company has performed in a converted movie theater, a facility it had outgrown both […]
Effective August 31, 2017, Greg Riley, PE, SE is Schaefer’s new president. Greg, a professional structural engineer at Schaefer for the past 22 years, started with the firm after college and accepted leadership roles as team leader, operations leader and vice president before attaining the nomination as the firm’s next president. Jim Miller, PE, SE, […]