Madison, WI – Randall T. Kolinske, PE, LEED-AP, has received his Professional Engineer (PE) license. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Madison with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering. He also earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics and Natural Science from Edgewood College in Madison.
One requirement in becoming a licensed Professional Engineer is working in the industry for four years. During that time Randall has gained experience in municipal and civil engineering including projects that involved green building and sustainable practices. He has worked on numerous projects that used rain gardens, biofiltration, and detention facilities to aid in stormwater management. Kolinske completed the final step in the process to become a licensed Professional Engineer by passing the Principles and Practice of Engineering Examination. The other steps included passing the Fundamentals of Engineering Examination and earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering.
Randall received his LEED-AP (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional) designation from the U.S. Green Building Council in 2008. He has worked for Vierbicher since 2009.
Vierbicher is a planning and engineering consulting firm delivering successful development projects to public and private clients for over 35 years. Vierbicher is unique in its integration of engineering, planning, surveying, environmental and economic development services. As a result, they are able to address all aspects of a project from vision to reality.