A Proud Partner of Ring of Honor Project
Baisch Engineering donated drafting services for the Ring of Honor Project located at Kaukauna Veterans Park. The Kaukauna High School Civic Engagement Class in partnership with the VFW of Kaukauna and American Legion initiated the upcoming renovations at the park. The new focal point of the park will be the Ring of Honor; a memorial to honor all of those who have served their country. The fifty foot diameter ring will have a star in the center and rows of bricks near the edge of the ring. The bricks are personally engraved with a veterans name, branch of military, rank, time served, or other personal messages. Other renovations at the park include a retaining wall, relocated memorial crosses, benches, seven flags, trees and plantings. Baisch is proud to be a part of this project for our community.
Dawn Rossmiller is now a Registered Professional Engineer = Dawn Rossmiller, P.E.!
Dawn A. Rossmiller, Baisch Structural Engineer, is our newest registered professional engineer! Congratulations, Dawn A. Rossmiller, P.E.! With four years at Baisch, Dawn has 10 years of experience providing structural engineering services. Dawn's talents include 3D computer analysis of complex structures to ensure design code compliance. She is also an active member of the American Society of Engineers (ASCE) Fox Valley Branch and as outreach committee chair, she is currently planning for the ASCE 2013 Technical Conference at Lambeau Field. This summer, when Dawn isn't at Baisch, she can be found watching her son's soccer games and helping her Mom sell fresh produce and handcrafted items at the Oneida Farmer's Market.
Baisch's Fantasy Football League
It's a wrap for the 2011 Baisch Fantasy Football League! 14 teams competed and Bubba's Bombers came out on top as the League Champion. Brian Dollevoet, Electrical Engineer, is the proud Manager of the winning team and owner of the coveted trophy. Brian follows 2010 winner, Ginny Mulvey, Project Coordinator and Manager of Blitzing Blue Jays, and 2009 winner, Phil Gocker, Process Engineer and
Baisch Employees Help Webelo Scouts Earn Engineering Pin
Baisch Engineering happily helped 12 Webelo Scouts earn their engineering pin!
At Baisch's office, Todd Van Gompel, Process Engineer, and Jeff Boyce, Information Technology Manager, led the Webelos in their various exercise requirements. The Webelos accomplished the following: interviewed an engineer on the various engineering occupations, measured and drew a floor plan, reviewed plans and drawings to build a facility or product, found out how electricity is generated and sent, constructed a working electrical circuit, and learned about three different bridge designs.
Highlights for the Webelos included learning how toilet paper is made and constructing a bridge using index cards – the bridge designs were tested between two books using pennies as weights.
Thank you, Todd and Jeff – there may be some future engineers in Cub Scout Pack 3151 because of your efforts!
Keepin' It Healthy
Team Baisch did it again... they rocked the September 2011 Fox Cities Marathon! Scott Balthazor, Jeff Boyce, Julie Chosa, Jim Goymerac, and Bob Van De Hay made up the Baisch relay team. Each person ran one leg of the race while wearing a timing chip strapped to their ankle, which they handed off to a teammate at designated relay zones. The timing of the marathon was perfect for us as we were also winding down from our Baisch Biggest Loser Program. The three-month program consisted of a weekly weigh-in as well as nutrition and fitness resources. Perhaps after this successful Baisch Biggest Loser Program – a whopping total weight loss of 237.4 pounds – more will be inspired to join the 2012 program... starting January 1, 2012, of course! Either through sponsoring a marathon or creating fun programs, we are happy to help everyone at Baisch reach their fitness goals.
Team Baisch: Jim Goymerac, Jeff Boyce, Julie Chosa, Scott Balthazor, and Bob Van De Hey
Elected to ASCE Board of Directors
Baisch structural engineer, Dawn Rossmiller, was elected to the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Board of Directors for the 2011-2012 year. She will be serving as a Branch Director for the ASCE Fox River Valley Branch. Dawn is looking forward to this opportunity, which will also enhance her professional development. Dawn has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with a structural emphasis from Michigan Technological University and a Master of Science in Structural Engineering from Milwaukee School of Engineering. Best wishes for a fulfilling year, Dawn – we know you'll do great!