I learned early on that math was a subject I enjoyed. When I was young, I liked working on my bike trying to learn how everything worked. My dad was always good at fixing things around the house, and now I enjoy digging into the nuts and bolts of things to create something new. Over the years, I have put that into practice renovating homes that my family and I have lived in.
Right after high school, I spent five years in the Air Force, and had opportunities to see many different countries. I was stationed in California and Guam, and traveled to temporary assignments in Australia, Japan, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. Though I enjoyed serving my country and traveling around the world, I spent a lot of my free time in the military in night classes, preparing for my long-term goal of getting back home to Nebraska to study engineering.
At SCHEMMER, I work on transportation related projects, including roadway and bridge projects. I enjoy the daily interactions with clients, and appreciate the trust they put in our firm. I get to collaborate with our great clients and talented co-workers to accomplish their goals. The relationships that are developed in the process, motivate me to go above and beyond for them. After 10 years with SCHEMMER, I relocated to Oklahoma in 2010 to open the Oklahoma City office, where I now reside with my family
Aside from working at SCHEMMER, I’ve been blessed to be able to relive my days as a seven-year-old boy spending time with my son, Brady. This past summer, we’ve ridden roller coasters, flown remote controlled planes, played laser tag and watched all of the Star Wars movies, which were, and still are, my all-time favorites.