Technical

   Technical Committees


The Wisconsin Chapter maintains several technical committees to support members' interests and to provide educational content for the Chapter's conference and other educational activities. More detailed information on each of the technical committees is available through the COMMITTEES tab above.

Current Technical Committees include:


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   Emergency Management


Emergency Management committee page     Read more..

   Facilities and Grounds


The Facilities and Grounds Committee Chair is Shelley Billingsley from the City of Kenosha, WI, through 2019.


2015 Spring Conference Presentation - What Does Sustainability Mean in Your Community? by Sherrie Gruder

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   Fleet Services


The Fleet Services committee hosts several meetings annually, many with tours of fleet related facilities and also hosts the annual Snowplow Roadeo and Equipment Show. The current committee chair is Nathan Wachtendonk from the City of Green Bay (2016 - 2018) 


The 2016 Snowplow Roadeo and Exposition was held at Lambeau Field on

Committee members have access to the Fleet Committee Budget HERE.

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   Leadership and Management


Emerging Leader Program     Read more..

   Transportation


The 2016 - 2019 Transportation Committee Chair is John Burgan from R.A. Smith National, Inc. in Brookfield, WI.

The Transportation Committee routinely meets during the spring and fall conferences each year and will hold teleconference meetings when needed. 

The Transportation Committee is interested in sharing information in regards to technology and best practices for roads, bridges, bike paths and pedestrian facilities. The Transportation Committee is interested in compiling a data base of inovative transportation project components in the area of green roads and sustainability. The data base would provide a brief summary of the project component, list a project contact and provide some rough cost data when applicable. The idea is to provide meaningful information to other transportation engineers and to begin to quantify the cost and benefits of certain project components that advance water quality and sustainability. 
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   Solid Waste Management


Solid Waste Committee page     Read more..

   Water Resources


Water Resources Committee page     Read more..
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