Wies promoted to principal at Clark Patterson Lee

February 06, 2018 - Upstate New York

Rochester, NY According to Clark Patterson Lee, (CPL) Eric Wies, P.E. has been promoted to principal. He previously served as an associate principal. Wies has been an environmental/civil engineer with CPL since 2000 when he joined the firm as his first job fresh out of the University of Central Florida.

“Wies embodies why CPL has had great success serving municipal clients. He truly immerses himself in his work and the communities in which we do business. He is a tremendous asset as a designer, project manager and team member–and we congratulate him on a well-deserved promotion,” said Rick Henry, senior vice president with CPL.

Originally from Bergen, NY, Wies still resides there and works with a number of longtime clients in Genesee County. The first project he worked on was with city of Batavia Water Treatment Plant upgrades, as part of the Genesee County Water Supply–a client that CPL maintains to this day. Wies enjoys working with municipalities and community leadership on various water resources design solutions across the state. He also serves as a volunteer firefighter with the Bergen Fire Department and chairs the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce. When not hard at work at CPL, Wies can be found on a number of fairways and greens or working on home renovations.

Founded in 1975, Clark Patterson Lee is a 330-person multi-disciplined architecture, engineering and planning firm offering inspiring design services and enriching communities in 13 cities across four states. CPL specializes in the Healthcare, Transportation, Municipal and Academic sectors – providing architectural, interior design, civil engineering, structural engineering, planning, landscape architecture and 3D/Virtual design services to public and private clients. 

More from the New York Real Estate Journal