Engineering Enterprises, Inc. Announces Leadership Change

Engineering Enterprises, Inc. Announces Leadership Change

Engineering Enterprises, Inc. (EEI) is excited to announce the next generation of leaders effective January 1, 2020. Peter Wallers, P.E., CFM has served as President and CEO of EEI since 2006 and will be transitioning to Chairman of the Board and Principal Engineer. Pete will still be involved in EEI and will continue in his current roles for the various organizations and committees that he is involved with.

Day to day control of the organization will be transitioned to Bradley Sanderson, P.E. who will be transitioning from Vice President to Chief Operating Officer / President and Jeffrey Freeman, P.E., CFM, LEED AP who will be transitioning from Vice President to Chief Executive Officer. Denise Migliorini will continue in her role as Chief Financial Officer / Vice President. According to Peter Wallers, Chairman, “These individuals have demonstrated their commitment to the values that have made EEI a leader in providing engineering services. I am confident that EEI will soar to new heights under their leadership and will stay committed to our core values.”

In addition, three new principals of the firm have been named as well: Julie Morrison, P.E., Michele Piotrowski, P.E., LEED AP, and Stephen Dennison, P.E.. According to Peter, “If you have worked with these individuals, you certainly know why they were chosen. They are all leaders in the engineering community and represent our core values in the truest fashion. We are very pleased to have them on our leadership team.”

Julie Morrison, P.E., has been with EEI for 20 years and holds a Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering from Oklahoma State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Physics from Knox College. Julie is currently the President for the American Public Works Association Fox Valley Branch and heads up the Awards Committee.

Michele Piotrowski, P.E., LEED AP has been with EEI for 18 years and holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the Catholic University of America. She is currently working on her Master of Business Administration from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana and is expected to complete it this year. Michele is also active in the Illinois Section American Water Works Association and it the Chair of the Water Efficiency committee, is a Water Loss Trainer and is involved in the Public Outreach Committee.

Stephen Dennison, P.E., has been with EEI for 16 years and holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. Steve is involved in the Illinois Water Environment Association (IWEA) and participates on the Education Committee. In addition, he also sits on the Program Committee for the Illinois Section of American Water Works Association (ISAWWA)