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FOCUS ON: COVID-19 RETURN TO WORK SERVICES

Are you preparing your company to come back to work as the country slowly opens operations amidst the COVID-19 pandemic? Are you finding yourself and your company overwhelmed with trying to meet the requirements set forth by the CDC and state and local governments, especially when the guidelines seem to change daily?
We’re here to help you make the transition back to work as seamless as possible.
R.E. Warner & Associates, Inc. has been working with various companies and municipalities to assist them in their efforts to return their staff to work in an efficient, safe, and budget friendly manner. We are here to help you determine and implement measures to assist you in bringing your staff back to work.
RETURN TO WORK SERVICES WE CAN PROVIDE
• A workplace hazard assessment.
• New occupancy calculations that consider the six-foot social distancing requirements as well as the suggested reductions in overall occupancy.
• Reorganization of your space or redistribution of staff to adhere to the revised occupancy limits and social distancing.
• Furniture alterations, such as the use of plexiglass barriers, and reorganization.
• Assistance finding new technologies to reduce high contact surfaces (e.g. motion activated lights, touchless doors).
• HVAC/Filter modifications.
• Locations and set up of health […]

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    Cybersecurity Protections Advice from REW Featured in The Zweig Letter

Cybersecurity Protections Advice from REW Featured in The Zweig Letter

R.E. Warner was tapped earlier this year to articles to The Zweig Letter – a weekly newsletter providing insight and advice about A/E/C industry firm management.

Check out our first column about cybersecurity protections by IT Manager Jeff Terschak. We are proud to be able to contribute to The Zweig Letter.

Summer 2020 Issue of Excellence By Design Published

Dear Clients, Colleagues and Friends,

 
The world has significantly changed since we sent our last firm newsletter. From our workplaces, to our interpersonal relationships, to the economy, there are few aspects of life that have not been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

 
In this issue of Excellence by Design, you’ll see that we continue to provide essential engineering, design and surveying services as we navigate the new normal in our country for the foreseeable future. Especially of note, we go over how we can help you prepare your workplace for the return of staff.

 
As usual, our Perspectives & Insights columns, current projects and other news of note is also included.

 
We hope you are healthy and in good spirits during this unprecedented time.

View the latest issue here.

  • Ted Beltavski named chair of Visiting Committee at CSU Washkewicz College of Engineering
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    Ted Beltavski, PE, MS named chair of Visiting Committee at CSU Washkewicz College of Engineering

Ted Beltavski, PE, MS named chair of Visiting Committee at CSU Washkewicz College of Engineering

R.E. Warner President & CEO Ted Beltavski, PE, MS has been named Chair of the Visiting Committee at Cleveland State University’s Washkewicz College of Engineering.

To maintain its accreditation by ABET, the College must have in place an advisory committee comprised of members from industry, government and research bodies. Representing the interests of Washkewicz’s customers, the committee “meets regularly to assist in guiding the efforts of the college so as to produce engineers that satisfy the needs of today’s employers, as well as moving to improve the overall health and reputation of Cleveland State’s engineering programs.”

Ted has been a member of the visiting committee for the past several years and recently accepted the invitation to serve as Chair. R.E. Warner views our involvement with the College as key to recruiting top talent and ensuring today’s students are prepared to be tomorrow’s engineers. Further, we are proud to be associated with one of the top engineering schools in the region.

The Washkewicz College of Engineering at Cleveland State University is one of the fastest growing engineering colleges in the U.S., currently enrolling over 2,000 students. The College recently dedicated its new 100,000 square foot building addition with teaching and research laboratories, simulation […]

June 19th, 2018|Corporate News|

R.E. Warner Hosts Senior Experience Students

At R.E. Warner & Associates, Inc., we value the personal development of the individual. One example of this value in practice is that we frequently open our doors to high school students so that they may gain exposure to the engineering profession. This spring, R.E. Warner provided seniors the opportunity to acquire a more active and reflective understanding of their potential career by hosting three high school senior students for their Senior Experience Project.

The Senior Experience project is a three-week experience designed to help seniors explore a potential career of interest. Visiting R.E. Warner were Samantha Johnson and Ryan Tatton (Walsh Jesuit) and Logan Haney (Benedictine).

“Having Sam, Ryan and Logan with us was a great experience. Hopefully, they learned that a career in engineering/architecture is right for them. We really enjoyed getting to know them. The ‘Senior Experience’ is a very worthwhile opportunity for high school students to explore career possibilities.” remarked Brett Neff, R.E. Warner Senior Vice President.

SENIOR STUDENTS COMMENT

Of her Senior Experience working at R.E. Warner, Samantha said, “Thank you for allowing me to do my senior experience at R.E. Warner. I was able to build a deeper understanding for what a degree in civil engineering might entail. The […]