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Kyle Bareither receives ASCE Young Civil Engineer Award

Kyle honored for contributions to civil engineering (pictured with ASCE-National president, Kristina Swallow)

OBG’s Kyle Bareither, PE has been awarded Outstanding Younger Member in the Private Sector by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Younger Member Committee. This award is based on outstanding engineering achievement and given to a young engineer who has exhibited professional achievement and made significant impact to the field of civil engineering. Kyle, who was selected by a panel of ASCE members from the central U.S., received the award at the 2018 Multi-Region Leadership Conference for Regions 3, 6, & 7, which was held on January 26-27, 2018 in Omaha, Nebraska.

Kyle began his career at OBG (formerly Natural Resource Technology) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, after receiving a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Michigan Technological University. Kyle has worked on environmental remediation projects across the U.S. and has managed multiple sediment contamination and site remediation and investigation projects.

A member of the ASCE Wisconsin Southeast Branch, Kyle has served on the Younger Member Group Board of Directors as Treasurer, Vice-President, President, and Past-President. As President, Kyle co-chaired the organization’s STEM Expo, now held annually to introduce STEM careers to youth in Milwaukee. In 2015, Kyle received the Outstanding Younger Member in Community Activities for his roles in and outside of ASCE. Kyle is currently serving on the Southeast Branch as President-elect.

Kyle’s active involvement also extends across many professional associations and community organizations, especially related to youth and STEM education. He also is a member of Imerman Angels, a non‐profit organization providing one‐on‐one cancer support, pairing up survivors with those undergoing cancer treatments. He has helped to organize the local Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night walk and leads OBG’s team, which has raised more than $30,000 for the cause.

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