Feb 18, 2013
Smith+Gardner Promotes Pieter K. Scheer, P.E. to Vice President
Raleigh, NC – Stacey A. Smith, P.E., president of Smith Gardner, Inc. has announced that senior engineer, Pieter Scheer, P.E., has been promoted to the company’s vice president. In his new role, Mr. Scheer will utilize his more than two decades of experience to developing employee talent and strong client relationships to ensure the continued success of Smith+Gardner throughout the state of North Carolina.
“I want to thank our clients and my fellow owners and employees of Smith+Gardner for our company’s success and accomplishments to date in the ever evolving solid waste industry,” said Scheer. “With the depth of experience and young talent we have, we have a great opportunity for continued success both for the firm and for our clients. In my new expanded role, I look forward to helping make that happen.”
A licensed professional engineer in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia, Scheer received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering from NC State University. Prior to joining Smith+Gardner as a staff engineer in 1992, he worked alongside company founder Greg Richardson at two other area engineering firms. Scheer has successfully designed and managed municipal solid waste (MSW), construction and demolition debris (C&D), and industrial landfill projects in multiple states. He has significant experience with the siting, design, permitting and construction of lined landfill containment cells and closures, including the design of multiple piggyback (waste-over-waste) landfills, as well as extensive knowledge in the preparation of bid and construction issue documents and in managing construction
“With his many years of hard work and dedication to our company, Pieter has become a well-respected and essential part of the Smith+Gardner family,” said Smith. “We look forward to the future of our company with Pieter playing an essential role in our growth and efforts to surpass client expectations.”