Young Engineers Become Professional


June 8, 2008

Congratulations to Neal Goedrich and Eric Schulze in becoming two of the newest Professional Engineers in Texas. The Texas Board of Professional Engineers requires individuals to pass the Principles and Practice of Engineering Examination before they can become licensed engineers. This examination is offered twice a year and tests each discipline of engineering. In April, both Eric and Neal took and passed the examination.

Neal earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in 2002 and began work at Southwest Engineers in 2005. He has worked on numerous water distribution, elevated storage and water treatment projects for clients throughout the state. Neal graduated from Sacred Heart High School in Hallettsville and he and his wife are currently living in Schulenburg.

Eric earned his degree in Civil Engineering from Texas Tech University in 2002. He has designed water distribution, treatment and storage facilities, as well as wastewater collection and lift stations for many cities and water utilities. Eric was a YYYY graduate of Marion High School. He and his family are currently living in Seguin.

Southwest Engineers would like to congratulate Eric and Neal for their accomplishments. John Littlefield, president of Southwest Engineers stated, “It is a wonderful accomplishment for Neal and Eric. Their hard work and dedication to their profession is a benefit not only to the Southwest Engineers team, but also to the communities in which they live.”