Utilities Senior Project Manager Rick Rudin Relocates to Wilmington
WithersRavenel is excited to announce that Utilities Senior Project Manager Rick Rudin has relocated from Cary to Wilmington, NC. Mr. Rudin has been traveling regularly between the firm’s headquarters and its easternmost office to oversee projects for both public and private clients. By becoming the first permanent Utilities employee in the Wilmington office, he will be able to provide more responsive service to the firm’s growing list of Coastal region clients.
Mr. Rudin specializes in water and sanitary sewer utilities planning, design, and construction of new infrastructure along with the revitalization of existing infrastructure. His expertise consists of water distribution, sewer collection and transmission lines, ground and elevated storage tanks, pump stations, and treatment facilities.
Mr. Rudin is joined in Wilmington by two junior Utilities staff members: Cassidy Franklin and Kyle Pohle. Together, they represent a substantial investment by the Utilities department and the firm as a whole in the success of the Coastal region’s utilities infrastructure projects.
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