Several important considerations steered Bill and Shirley Saegesser to found Saegesser Engineering, Inc. in 1997. After spending over 20 years providing engineering and surveying services to Southern Indiana communities, they agreed that it was time to "hang out our shingle" and begin their own company. In addition, their son Casey graduated from Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs in the spring of 1997 and Casey agreed to work with the company to provide environmental and management expertise.
Bill's career has focused on providing professional engineering services to Southern Indiana communities primarily in the areas of wastewater collection and treatment facilities and potable water transmission, treatment and storage. Over Bill's career, he developed a solid reputation and client base in Scott County and surrounding areas.
Since founding the company, Saegesser Engineering, Inc. has continued to develop its client base and experience in the wastewater and potable water fields. SEI's client listing includes local units of government and private and not-for-profit corporations.
SEI employees include Wendell Sego, LS has been with SEI since its inception and has worked with Bill for several years. J. Shane Spicer, PE obtained his Masters degree in Civil Engineering from the Speed School of Engineering at the University of Louisville and has worked at SEI for sixteen years. Jonathan Brown has been with SEI for two years and has experience in both AutoCAD and construction. Evan Wilson is SEI's newest employee and has both classroom and real world experience in the fields of commercial and residential design.
Saegesser Engineering, Inc. strives to ensure that all projects are completed successfully - on time - within budget - and to the satisfaction of all parties involved.
Saegesser Engineering, Inc. maintains an excellent working relationship with local, state, and federal agencies and funding agencies including the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM), the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (IOCRA), the United States Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration (EDA) and Rural Development (RD).