McMahon, a full-service, professional engineering and architectural firm, has announced the retirement of Denny Lamers, former company president, chairman of the board, and community advocate. Lamers has worked for McMahon since May of 1975. He served as the company president for 33 years, from 1985–2018, and as the chairman of the board from 2018–2021. Under his leadership, McMahon grew from a company of only a few dozen employees to a leading Midwest engineering and architectural firm.
“It has been an honor to work for and lead a company of this caliber. The team at McMahon is second to none and will go above and beyond for clients and the community alike,” said Lamers.
McMahon has also hired several new engineers, land surveyors, and an architectural designer to its Neenah team. New engineers include Mike Katzenberger, water resources engineer; Grant Gilbaugh, HVAC design engineer; and Jim Talbert, senior process design engineer. New land surveyors include Mike Kaczmarzyk, senior land surveyor, and Joel Wald, land surveyor. Christa Weyenberg also joins McMahon as an architectural designer.