Welcome to the Team, Eric and Alec!
BSE Structural Engineers is excited to welcome Eric Fletcher and Alec Berger to our team.
Eric Fletcher joins BSE as a structural engineer. Eric graduated from Kansas State University in May 2016 with a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering with a structural emphasis. Eric has 5 years of experience in light industrial, federal, and a variety of other building projects. He relocated to Kansas City from Tacoma, Washington where he worked for a civil and structural engineering firm. Eric is originally from Topeka, Kansas, so he was glad to move to the Kansas City area to be closer to family. Outside of work, Eric enjoys hiking, traveling, investing, and reading.
Alec Berger joins BSE as a design technician. Alec completed a Computer Aided Drafting and Design (C.A.D.D.) Certificate from Metropolitan Community College in December 2020. Alec previously worked with schools and non-profit organizations before deciding to make a career change to drafting and design. Alec moved to Kansas City three years ago from Lafayette, Indiana. When not working, Alec enjoys camping, hiking and other outdoor activities.
Congrats to BSE’s Newest Licensed Engineer!
Congratulations to Casey Potter on becoming BSE’s newest licensed engineer. Casey recently passed the structural engineering exams to become a licensed professional engineer and structural engineer in the state of Kansas. Casey is a project manager and structural engineer at BSE. Casey joined BSE as a structural engineer in June 2015 and had worked the previous two summers as an intern. Casey graduated from Kansas State University in May 2015 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering with an emphasis in Structural Engineering. She completed her Master of Science in Architectural Engineering on May 13, 2016 from Kansas State University while working at BSE. Some of Casey’s key projects have included Meierotto Jewelers in Kansas City, Missouri, Kansas City Orthopaedic Institute Addition in Leawood, Kansas, and multiple Chicken N’ Pickle projects.
Congratulations, Casey, on this great milestone!
Announcing our Newest Promotion
We are proud to announce our recent promotion to the BSE leadership team! Josh Huenefeld, PE, SE, has been promoted to Associate at BSE Structural Engineers. Josh is a structural engineer and project manager with over 6 years of experience. Josh was an intern with BSE for two summers while in college and then joined BSE full time after graduating in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Architectural Engineering from Kansas State University.
Josh provides leadership on a variety of projects including commercial, mixed-use, multi-family housing, recreation, senior living, and warehouse and industrial. Josh’s attention to detail, technical excellence and ability to successfully lead the design team through the design and coordination of projects has made him an essential part of the team. In addition, Josh provides mentoring and training for employees, along with developing and maintaining design standards.
Congratulations to Josh!
Congratulations to Cody and Lauren Buckley on their New Addition
Congratulations to structural engineer Cody Buckley and his wife, Lauren, on the birth of their baby boy, Hubert (Hugh) Michael Buckley. Hugh was born November 10, 2015 and was 8 pounds, 9 ounces and 21 inches long. Everyone is doing great!
Waterpark Making Big Splash For Visually Impaired Patrons
In the July/August 2013 issue of The World Waterpark Association’s publication, World Water Park Magazine, Lions Water Adventure at Woodmen Community Center in Kinston, NC is praised for creating the first waterpark specifically designed to accommodate individuals with visual impairments.
BSE Structural Engineers provided engineering services for all three waterslides at Lions Water Adventure. The slides are manufactured by Avalanche Waterslides and provide three different experiences for riders to enjoy.
Each waterslide is 32-feet-high and bold in color. They are individually designed to provide a safe, fun experience for everyone. The zebra slide is a twisted slide inner-tubes glide down. The signature lion slide plunges riders down through the lion’s mouth and into the pool. The special low-splash slide provides a way for visually and hearing impaired patrons to enjoy a stress-free ride.
Read the full article written by Bill Ellis and Danny Rice by clicking here.