Lakewood, CO (June 28, 2018) – Muller Engineering Company (Muller) is excited to announce the promotion of five new Associate Shareholders. Looking toward the future, these Associates will join Gray Clark, Jim Wulliman, Matt Andrews, Bruce Behrer, Karl Buchholz, Robert Fearns, Glenn Hamilton, Dean Harris, Derek Johns, Joseph Juergensen, and John Keller to lead Muller in the planning, design, and construction of successful public works projects benefiting our client partners and their communities.
Candace Juntunen is instrumental in the development of Muller’s CAD standards and procedures, leads the mentoring and training of CAD staff, and plays a key role in Muller’s quality management program. Under Candace’s dedication and leadership, Muller provides clear and concise design documents and outstanding graphic presentations.
Steve Hibbeler, PE is a leader in Muller’s Water and Wastewater Utilities Group. Steve is highly respected by both his team and clients because of his sound oversight of pump station, water and sanitary sewer line, and irrigation facility projects. Steve is an outstanding leader in the promotion of Muller’s strong community culture.
Nancy Lambertson, PE, PTOE, brings dual expertise in traffic engineering and transportation design, allowing her to effectively guide transportation projects from concept to completion with consistent leadership. Nancy is a champion at Muller for the advancement of improved project delivery processes and enhanced staff development through a focus on workplace quality.
Steve Gabriszeski, PE, combines engineering excellence and outstanding project management skills on roadway projects ranging from rural roads to complex grade separated interchanges and interstate highways. Steve brings a steady and positive team approach to managing his complex projects.
Steven Humphrey, PE, LEED AP, leads the Program Management Group and is instrumental in expanding Muller’s services in GIS and Environmental Planning. Steven brings a strong resume of service to CDOT which includes his work directing response and repair efforts following the September 2013 floods. Steven continues to be a leader in new business and strategic staff development at Muller.