Jake Brunoehler, P.E.
Jake is a graduate with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Valparaiso University and is a registered professional engineer in Wisconsin. He has previously worked as a project engineer for Patrick Engineering, an engineering technician for Soil and Materials Engineers, Inc. in Michigan, and as a project manager for Norfolk Southern. Currently, Jake is the Regional Engineer for ADS supporting the Wisconsin and Upper Michigan sales teams as the technical specialist in stormwater modeling, manufacturing, specifications, structural design, best construction and inspection practices, and more. He previously served the Branch as Director-at-Large overseeing Membership and has helped plan several conferences and events. At the Section level, Jake was involved in the drafting and publication of the 2020 ASCE Wisconsin Infrastructure Report Card. In his spare time, he enjoys home-brewing, woodworking, and travels with his wife as members of a traditional Irish band.
Mr. Mitchell graduated with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee in December of 2012, and a Master of Science from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee in December 2015. While attending UWM, he was actively involved in the student chapter and served as the chapter’s President. He has experience in Bridge design, construction and inspection. He works at EMCS in Milwaukee, focusing on structural design of bridges and retaining walls.
Wade Carter, P.E.
Wade Carter graduated with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2005. He started his engineering career at YESCO (Young Electric Sign Company) in Las Vegas, Nevada designing large signs on the Las Vegas Strip. Wade is currently employed at Poblocki Sign Company and thoroughly enjoys designing sign structures of all sizes, because they are never the same. He has been involved with the Boy Scouts of America since his early childhood, and loves helping the young men achieve the rank of Eagle. When he is not at work he loves spending time with his wife Wendy and their three children.
Aaron Schramm, P.E.
Mr. Schramm graduated with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee in May 2010. He served in various roles as a part of the Younger Member Group from 2013-2018, and received the ASCE Wisconsin Section Young Civil Engineer of the Year award in 2018.
Neal Styka, P.E.
Director – Education
Neal graduated from Marquette University in 2008 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. He joined Kapur & Associates after graduating, and is currently a Project Engineer in the transportation group. He designs projects ranging in size from a local bike path to the Zoo Interchange with an emphasis on 3D Modelling. He also has experience doing traffic modelling and is active in the Institute of Transportation Engineers. When not at work he enjoys spending time with his wife and two boys in the outdoors and biking as much as possible.
Caleb Manske, P.E.
Director – Membership
Caleb graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. He has spent his entire career since then in transportation design and currently works for raSmith in Brookfield as a Senior Transportation Engineer. He enjoys promoting civil engineering to kids through volunteering at various events such as the ASCE STEM Expo, elementary classroom presentations, and private school STEM Expos. He has been utilizing his transportation engineering knowledge to help ensure his community has a safe transportation system as a citizen member of the New Berlin Safety Commission for the past five years.
Aaron Bubb, P.E.
Director – Scholarship
Aaron graduated with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Platteville where he was a member of the ASCE Student Chapter and their Concrete Canoe Team. He is an Associate and Project Manager for Kapur and has worked in their Milwaukee office since 1999 designing freeway and local street projects. Aaron is a registered Professional Engineer in Wisconsin, Indiana, and Kentucky. Currently, he is serving on the planning committee for the ASCE Wisconsin Section Annual Meeting. In his free time, Aaron enjoys hiking with his family and attending Indy Car races.
Director – Student Affairs
Collin graduated from the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering. Most recently, in his role as an Ecological Engineer, he performs work in watershed planning, H&H modeling, ecosystem restoration, and stormwater design. In addition to his role with ASCE SE WI, Collin serves on the ASCE EWRI Watershed Management Technical Committee as a liaison to the WEF Watershed Management Committee working to study, evaluate, and disseminate information across the spectrum of disciplines related to conserving and preserving watersheds; as well as the American Ecological Engineering Society.
Future Director – Student Affairs
John graduated with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee in December of 2021 and is pursuing a Master of Science in Civil Engineering also at UWM. As a transfer student, he was involved in the student chapter for two years, serving one year as President. John had internships with Ruekert & Mielke and Michels before joining Legacy Platform as an Engineer I.
Mr. Sadowski graduated with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in May, 2017. While at UW – Madison, Zach was actively involved with the student chapter and served as Program Director. He currently works as a transportation engineer at Strand Associates in Milwaukee.
Tony Castle, P.E.
Tony Castle graduated with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee in May 2009 and received a M.S. in Structural Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering in March 2014. He is currently employed as a Structural Engineer at EMCS, Inc. in Milwaukee WI. Tony has served on the YMG Board for the past several years as the Co-Outreach Chair, Vice President, President, and Past-President. He also has been a member of the STEM Expo planning committee for the 2014 through 2017 events and was Co-Chair of the 2015 event. Tony recently served as the Co-Chair for the planning committee for the 2018 Wisconsin ASCE Spring Technical Conference.
Most recently Tony was named the 2016 Outstanding Younger Member in Community Activities and 2017 Outstanding Young Civil Engineer in Private Sector by the ASCE Central Region Younger Member Council. He was also named the 2017 Young Engineer of the Year by the ASCE Wisconsin Section.