Dubuque, IA—Noah Hofrichter, PE, Transportation Engineer at IIW, received his Professional Engineer license from the State of Wisconsin and the State of Iowa.
Receiving his license is a huge personal milestone in Noah’s career. “As a youngster, I was fascinated with the construction projects I saw in my community and in our family travels, and I loved watching ‘big machines’ building the world around me. Over the years, that interest has developed into a passion for civil engineering—specifically the design of transportation facilities where I have the opportunity to help build infrastructure that benefits the public. Obtaining my Professional Engineer license is the realization of one of my childhood dreams to be involved in making the communities around me a better place to live, work, and play,” said Hofrichter.
Since joining IIW in 2013, Noah has worked on a wide variety of transportation, municipal, and land development projects. His primary focus includes design, project development, and construction for state DOTs and local governments. Noah’s experience and expertise includes the design of rural roadways, urban streets, and trails, as well as bridge and culvert hydraulic analysis.
Noah has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.