The Walsh Group promotes Erin Schultz to Vice President of Engineering
CHICAGO - The Walsh Group is pleased to announce the promotion of Erin Schultz to Vice President of Engineering within the company's transportation division.
As Vice President of Engineering, Schultz will provide direction to The Walsh Group transportation business units’ estimating and pursuit teams, as well as oversee complex and specialty project designs for estimates. Schultz will also be responsible for developing systems to ensure accurate estimates and persuasive proposals are positioning the company for success and profitability.
“Erin brings exceptional expertise to our design-build and pursuit initiatives,” said David Casey, president of The Walsh Group's transportation division. “Erin’s leadership will guide Walsh Construction and Archer Western project teams as they coordinate with their design partners, while also ensuring our standard design-build procedures are followed across all our jobsites.”
Schultz has 23 years of experience with The Walsh Group. Her career at Walsh began as an assistant project manager working on Chicago transportation projects and continuously progressed to project manager, lead cost estimator, chief estimator and most recently, chief engineer. Schultz’s design and engineering experience has been built across some of Walsh’s most notable endeavors including, overseeing the complex efforts on the $1.2 billion Red-Purple Modernization in Chicago, the $800 million I-395 Signature Bridge in Miami and the award-winning design-build of the $895 million Ohio River Bridges Downtown Crossing in Louisville.
Schultz is a Professional Engineer and attended the University of Illinois where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering.