After 32 years of working devotedly as a Prinicipal Municipal Engineer for IIW, P.C., Gary D. Sejkora, P.E. retired in October of 2015.
Gary joined the firm in 1983, and was one of five employees at the time that focused on general civil and structural engineering projects. Within a year the firm expanded to eight employees and created an environmental engineering department. The engineering disciplines of civil, structural, and environmental engineering enabled IIW to offer a diversity of expertise to a wide variety of clients. Municipalities seeking utility improvements were important early clients.
Founded in 1982, IIW, P.C. has 33 years of experience providing creative and innovative solutions to our clients, Employee-owned since 1999, our success is based on our people and their clientcentered approach to their work. IIW, P.C. has grown steadily by expanding its areas of expertise with help of dedicated professionals such as Gary. The firm presently has over 75 employees offering expertise in architecture, land development, environmental, municipal, structural, and transportation engineering, land surveying, and construction services.
“From treating cyanide-laced film chips to picking out bad welds and bad paint inside of water towers, numerous large and small water main and sewer utilities and treatment facilities throughout eastern Iowa, Gary Sejkora has added a very highly respected expertise to IIW’s reputation. We will greatly miss him as a resource and mentor.” Dennis Waugh, P.E., S.E., President.
IIW, P.C. would like to thank Gary for his dedication and service and would like to wish him well on his retirement.