Two new managers appointed at Coleman Engineering
IRON MOUNTAIN — Coleman Engineering Company recently named two new managers.
Chris Rasmussen will manage geotechnical engineering services at the Iron Mountain office at 635 Circle Drive. Rasmussen has more than 20 years of experience in geotechnical engineering, focusing on shallow and deep foundations as well as geotechnical recommendations for construction. He is the resident expert on driven pile and drilled caisson foundations.
He will focus on projects, developing and marketing clients, collaborating with the geotechnical drilling and laboratory testing, directing geotechnical testing in the field and acting as the technical manager of the geotechnical engineering laboratory.
He maintains engineering licenses in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
David “Coop” Edlebeck has been named laboratory manager. He has more than a quarter-century in testing and measurement of construction materials. His efforts have contributed to successful national accreditation of the laboratory by AASHTO Re:Source as well as state laboratory prequalification with the Wisconsin and Michigan Departments of Transportation.
Edlebeck will oversee laboratory operations in Iron Mountain, Negaunee and Green Bay, Wis.
Coleman Engineering Company is a consulting engineering firm with offices in Iron Mountain, Ironwood and Negaunee in Michigan and, more recently, in Green Bay. It serves the Upper Great Lakes and the Midwest.