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  Minal Hahm  

Minal Hahm, PE, CFM has seventeen years of experience in civil engineering with emphasis on Hydrologic and Hydraulic (H&H) analysis, stormwater management system design and analysis, roadway/highway infrastructure design, recreational facilities design, residential and industrial land development, agency permitting, and regulatory permitting. She has a BS in Civil Engineering from Bradley University, and is registered as a Professional Engineer in both Wisconsin and Illinois. She is a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) in both Wisconsin and Illinois, a Designated Erosion Control Inspector (DECI) in Lake County, Illinois, and currently is a Principal Engineer and President at M Squared Engineering. She sits on the Board of Directors for WAFSCM (Wisconsin Association for Floodplain, Stormwater, and Coastal Management) and chairs several committees for both WAFSCM and WTS (Women's Transportation Seminar - WI Chapter).

 
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Wisconsin Sedimentation & Erosion Control Inspector (WISECI)TM Best Management Practices
Wetland Hydrology and Sustainability
 

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Fall 2014 Engineering Programs Catalog

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Water Technology Certificate
Congratulations to the latest recipients of UWM's Water Technology Certificate:

Erick Shambarger, June 2014

Mary Ellen Bruesch, July 2014
Kathleen Feyrer, July 2014
Rosalind Rouse, July 2014

Six Sigma Black Belt Recipients
Fall 2013
Congratulations to:

Kyle Anderson
Brandon Barbieri
Greg Farrell
Mark Johnson
Lee Jordan
Timothy Kobb
Eric Leal
Kenneth Maglia
Melvin John Mangalindan
Brad Nasgovitz
Jacob Sloan
Cecilia Stingley
Mitch Taylor


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