Ted Beltavski 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 labs for computer modeling, student collaboration spaces and smart classrooms, for which R.E. Warner was proud to provide construction surveying services.