Category Archives: People

EXPOSED | Schemmer Senior Architect Bill Wedeking, AIA, LEED AP

Contrary to the axiom ‘if you can’t do, teach’, I couldn’t teach, so I decided to ‘do’ architecture. At SCHEMMER, I primarily work on Senior Living projects, but I have also been involved with Affordable and Multi-Family Housing. Architecture has many moving parts, and with it brings endless variety; challenges, problems to solve and beauty…
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EXPOSED | Schemmer Civil Engineer, Matt Hubel, P.E., CPSWQ, LEED AP

To be honest, I got into the engineering profession after the results from a high school aptitude test I said that I should be an engineer. I enrolled in civil engineering at University of Nebraska at Omaha, but didn’t know what civil engineers actually did until I got my first job as an intern. It’s…
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EXPOSED | Schemmer Bridge Manager, Darin Brown, P.E.

Many of us cross bridges during our daily commutes. So much so, that we take them for granted, until they become dysfunctional or closed. Replacing bridge structures often requires a fine balance between what community’s want, when they want it and what they can afford. I like trying to find that balance. I developed the…
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EXPOSED | Schemmer Transportation Engineer Shane Swope, P.E.

I tell people I was lucky because I grew up as a farm kid, which garnered my interest in engineering. In high school, I took an AutoCAD class and was immediately drawn to the technology. I wanted to find a career working with that software, which is what led me down the Civil Engineering path.…
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EXPOSED | Schemmer Intern – Architect, Kelly Hiskey, Assoc. AIA

The most rewarding thing about my job is working with clients. I love getting to know and understand them and their lifestyles. The challenge of being presented with a problem, and knowing that the clients trust me and my team of architects and engineers to solve it, is motivational. I am an architectural designer on…
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EXPOSED | Schemmer Senior Living Market Leader, Shane Larsen, AIA, NCARB

I have enjoyed communicating through drawing since before I can remember. When I was younger, I was always sketching, doodling and drawing cartoons. This explains why many of my architectural drawings today have doodles all over the pages. As an architect, I have the opportunity to learn how people live, work or play, and then…
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EXPOSED | Schemmer Civil Engineer Matt Sutton, P.E., LEED AP

I have always been self-motivated to be better at something tomorrow than I am today. For me, success is measured by believing that it’s possible to make the world a better place, simply based upon your outlook on life and the way you choose to live it out. I see myself as a calm, level-headed…
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