Mike Berry honored as Outstanding Engineer of the Year Mike Berry was awarded the “Outstanding Engineer of the Year” by the Topeka Chapter of KSPE
PEC expands company wellness program Suite 300 at our Wichita office officially opened Suite 300 fun and fitness center for employees and their families.
Richard Schlitt retires after 31 years at PEC Please join us in extending best wishes to Richard Schlitt, who is retiring from PEC on October 14, after 31 years with the company.
PEC appoints Surmeier to Civil Department Manager PEC is pleased to announce the promotion of Joseph P. Surmeier, PE, as Manager of their Civil Department. Surmeier replaces Richard Schlitt, who will be retiring in October after 31 years with PEC.
PEC named a top 100 MEP Giant PEC's mechanical and electrical engineering at Wichita's Eisenhower airport named in the top 100 in the US
PEC videos win local, national awards PEC's recruiting video wins big from SMPS and WAMA!
Michelle Winkelmann honored as Engineer of the Year Michelle Winkelmann, PEC’s Transportation Project Manager and Engineer, was named the 2016 Kansas Society of Professional Engineers (KSPE) Engineer of the Year.
PEC names new Principal, Senior Associates Professional Engineering Consultants, P.A. (PEC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Marc W. Jones, PE, CTS-D, as a new Principal for the company.
PEC promotes Cline to Structural Division Manager Professional Engineering Consultants, PA (PEC) is pleased to announce the promotion of Clay Cline, PE, SE, as Manager of their Structural Division. He replaces Wes Britson, who will be retiring in the coming year, after 21 years with PEC.
PEC names new Division Managers October 2015: Joe Surmeier, Municipal Transportation; Britt Club, Field Services; Jerrold Bradley, Field Services
Wichita's Equus Beds nominated for 2015 Water Project of the Year The City of Wichita’s Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) program was nominated for the 2015 Water Project of the Year by Global Water Intelligence. Global Water Intelligence is an international market and industry magazine.
PEC repairs main line to Wichita treatment plant PEC staff worked with City of Wichita Public Works crews and to help fix a leak repair at the City's main water treatment facility.
PEC Field Services offers commissioning retro-style Everything old can be new again—or at least work like new. Even relatively new buildings may not be working like they were intended. We can find solutions—through retro-commissioning.
PEC provides bearing-damage solution Dan Biby learned it all the hard way. An ordeal concerning several inverter-controlled pump motors with bearing damage made him a believer in the need for shaft grounding. Now he specifies shaft grounding on every project.
Via Christi introduces hybrid operating room In the new cutting edge surgery suite, doctors at Via Christi Health can perform lifesaving techniques never before available in Wichita. This facility brings the tools of a heart catherization lab, an operating room and radiology together in one space – a Hybrid Operating Room. This new OR ranks Via Christi as a top regional medical center with one of only 125 hybrid operating rooms in the nation.
Saving lives one storm at a time “If you can’t get in or can’t get out, it’s no use at all. But if you can, every day after that you will be thankful for the shelter that saved your life,” says Wes Britson, PE, SE.
Former Luling Steam Laundry wins award Wichita-based Building Controls and Services, Inc. (BCS) has turned a 1920's-vintage former laundry building into a showcase world headquarters.
"A wonderful piece of Americana" receives national award Ft. Scott, KS' National Avenue Bridge, a reinforced concrete arch bridge that was designed by James Barney Marsh, needed extensive renovation after 80 years of wear and tear.
"World's Best" water comes from PEC-designed plant Emporia, KS was honored with the distinction of having the world's best drinking water at the Berkley Springs International Water Tasting, held in West Virginia.
KU Biodiversity Institute gets facilities to support nationally-renowned research Computers "daisy-chained together." Expensive equipment on rickety desks. Valuable biological samples that were in danger of being lost in the next power outage. Those challenges and more were hurdles faced by students and researchers at the University of Kansas' (Lawrence) Biodiversity Institute, due to antiquated facilities in the 110 year-old Dyche Hall.
PEC engineer to help design Guatemalan school Wes Britson, structural engineer, was in Cho Estancia, Guatemala, as part of the Wichita State University (WSU) chapter of Engineers Without Borders.
A crane massive enough to lift a fully-loaded aircraft. That's massive. This 70-ton gantry crane is nearing completion. Designed by our structural division, It'll be used by our North Carolina client to maintain turbines and other equipment used in the generation of electricity.