TKDA named City Engineer for Two Northland Communities
TKDA has been named city engineer for the cities of Wrenshall and Scanlon. Jeff Goetzman, PE, will serve and represent each city as its official city engineer of record, functioning as an extension of each city’s staff. Goetzman will utilize TKDA’s local team of engineering professionals to streamline work and minimize costs for Scanlon and Wrenshall.
TKDA has been providing engineering services to government agencies and municipalities since our founding in 1910. Public infrastructure design is a core function of our business and we provide the full range of engineering services from capital planning, design, and construction administration to facility management and operational support. TKDA professionals are experts in the delivery of municipal infrastructure: streets, utilities, water and wastewater systems, civic structures, parks and trails, airports, mass transit, and railroad facilities. We have represented municipalities as their city and township engineers for decades. We also work with many municipalities on a project-by-project basis.
As design professionals, we understand the need to balance sound engineering principles with stakeholder input. As city engineers, we understand the public forum, the focus on public communications, policy making, local government ordinances and statutes, infrastructure funding and assessment practices, emergency services, and navigating the permitting and regulatory environment. This diversity of experience—seeing projects from both a design perspective and from a city perspective—continually enriches and informs our designs and our client relationships.
“We want to thank the cities of Scanlon and Wrenshall for choosing TKDA as their engineer and we look forward to working with them for years to come,” says Jeff.