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Doug Wesselschmidt Joins TranSystems as Senior Project Engineer
TranSystems Corp., a national transportation consulting firm that provides engineering, architectural and planning solutions, welcomes Doug Wesselschmidt, PE, as Senior Project Engineer in the company’s Kansas City office.  

 

Doug brings more than 30 years of transportation engineering experience at the state and local level. He most recently served as City Engineer with the City of Shawnee, Kansas. In his role at TranSystems, he will help build relationships with Kansas municipalities within the Kansas City metro area.

 

“We’re excited Doug has joined TranSystems bringing his knowledge and experience from the City of Shawnee, Kansas,” Midwest Regional Vice President Brett Letkowski said. “His expertise will not only help us grow our municipal practice in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area, but also across the Midwest.”

 

Doug holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of Kansas and a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology. A life member of APWA, he was president of the APWA KC Metro Chapter in 2003. In 2005, he was named a Top Ten Public Works Leader of the Year. His other professional involvement includes the American Society of Civil Engineers, Urban Land Institute and the International Council of Shopping Centers. In 2006, Doug was inducted into the Academy of Civil Engineers at the University of Missouri – Rolla.
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