Meet our Summer Interns
BSE Structural Engineers is pleased to introduce our summer interns. BSE has been fortunate to have three structural engineering interns and one design technician intern this summer.
Jenna Harbert is a structural engineering intern and will graduate from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering with a focus in Structural in May 2020. At OSU, Jenna has been involved in the Architectural Engineering Institute, Construction Specification Institute, Architecture Students Teaching Elementary Kids, Teaching Assistant in various courses, and an Undergraduate Research Assistant. Jenna has a passion for music and enjoys spending time outdoors hiking, camping, kayaking or reading in a hammock.
BSE was excited to have Kyle Martz return for a second summer as a design technician intern. Kyle will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Aided Drafting and Design with an emphasis in Mechanical Drafting from the University of Central Missouri in December of 2019. Kyle is from Overland Park, Kansas and enjoys golfing, fishing, cooking and waterskiing.
Jordan Nutter is a structural engineering intern. Jordan graduated with Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering in May 2019 and will graduate in May 2021 with Master of Science in Civil Engineering with a structural focus from the University of Kansas. Jordan is from Prosper, Texas and has two previous summers of experience as a structural engineering intern. At KU, Jordan has been actively involved with SWE as their special events chair for the past 3 years, and she will be their graduate student coordinator this coming year. She is also a member of the KU chapter for Tau Beta Pi and Chi Epsilon. Jordan enjoys golfing and taking boxing classes. She also has a passion for fashion and is a bit of an ice cream connoisseur.
Diego Sanchez is a structural engineering intern and will graduate from Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering in December 2019. Diego is from Hugoton, Kansas. At KSU, he is the Fundraiser Chair for Structural Engineers Association Kansas and Missouri, Member of Rotaract Club. When not working or studying, Diego enjoys drawing, painting and break dancing.
Meet BSE Structural Engineer’s Summer Interns
Meet BSE Structural Engineer’s Summer Interns
BSE Structural Engineers has loved having four structural engineering interns and one design technician intern join our team this summer.
Colten Johnson is a structural engineering intern and will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering from Kansas State University in May of 2017. Previously, Colten had an internship at EBH & Associates overseeing concrete pours and providing structural detailing. Colten is from Marion, KS and is actively involved in his church and fraternity, and has an interest in learning about other cultures/religions. Colten enjoys spending time with his wife, Andrea, and traveling.
Kelsey Hailey is a structural engineering intern and will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering from Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) in spring 2018. Kelsey is on the MSOE Women’s Soccer Team. Last summer Kelsey was an intern at Faith Technologies. Kelsey is from Overland Park, Kansas and in her free time she likes to wakeboard, ski, spend time outdoors and hang out with her friends and family.
Mary Kaster is a structural engineering intern and will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering from Kansas State University in May of 2019. At college, Mary is actively involved in Society of Women Engineers, Women in Engineering, and her sorority. Mary is from Overland Park, Kansas and enjoys going to the lake with family and spending time with friends.
Veronica Vest is a structural engineering intern and will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering with an emphasis in structures from Oklahoma State University in May of 2017. Last summer Veronica worked at Cromwell Architects Engineers in Little Rock, Arkansas. Veronica is the Vice President of both the Chi Epsilon and Architectural Engineering Institute chapters and is also the developer and head of Archiletics (architecture athletics). Veronica is in charge of organizing and drafting all architecture intramural teams and pick-up games. Veronica is from Hot Springs, Arkansas and enjoys playing sports, camping or painting in her free time.
Alek Norman is a Design Technician intern and will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Design & Drafting Technology from the University of Central Missouri in May 2017. Alek is actively involved in intramural sports on campus. He is from O’Fallon, Missouri and enjoys spending time with his friends and family.
Structural Engineer Casey Receives Masters Degree!
Congratulations to structural engineer Casey Stallbaumer for receiving her Master of Science in Architectural Engineering on May 13, 2016 from Kansas State University. For her Master of Science degree Casey completed the following thesis: Design Comparison of Hybrid Masonry Types for Seismic Lateral Force Resistance for Low-Rise Buildings.
Casey joined BSE as a structural engineer in June 2015 and had worked the previous two summers as an intern. While working full time, Casey completed her Master of Science degree and was able to maintain her outstanding 4.0 GPA. Way to go Casey!
BSE Welcomes Two Summer Interns
BSE Structural Engineers welcomes back Casey Stallbaumer for her second summer as one of our Structural Engineering Interns. Casey will graduate from Kansas State University with a Bachelors and Masters degree in Architectural Engineering in May 2015. She has also been working part-time as an intern during this past school year while in Manhattan. Casey shows her dedication and work ethic by contributing her time to multiple school organizations, and she still finds time to enjoy K-State football games, baking and archery.
BSE Structural Engineers is also excited to have Ty Richardson join us as a Technician Intern. Ty is attending the University of Central Missouri and will receive his Bachelor of Science in Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Technology in December 2014. Ty has held many high ranked positions in Nu Society and has had great success in leading a campaign to reignite the Kappa Nu Chapter of Sigma Nu at the UCM campus. Ty also enjoys relaxing by the lake, long boarding, or taking it easy with movies, books or video games.
Welcome Casey and Ty to BSE!