Wendel Names New Senior Associate Principals

01/16/2024 | Back to News

Wendel, a nationally recognized architecture, engineering, energy efficiency, and construction management firm, is pleased to announce that Lindsay Brownschidle, PMP; Chris Colvin, EIT; Robert Krzyzanowski, and Peter Kukulka, SE, PE have been appointed Senior Associate Principal. This appointment recognizes professionals for their exemplary leadership and commitment to excellence.

Lindsay Brownschidle is a Program Manager with over 15 years of experience in architecture and project management. She has experience in the planning, design, and construction of hospitality, public transportation, commercial, and higher education projects. Lindsay coordinates the design and construction of projects from beginning to end, including monitoring project scope, schedule, and budget, as well as managing the activities and interactions of the project team, consultants, and client stakeholders.

Chris Colvin is a mechanical engineer whose experience includes heating, ventilating, air conditioning, fire protection, compressed natural gas (CNG), and alternative fuel systems for buildings and fleet vehicles. With over 19 years of experience at Wendel, his fluency with local, state, and international codes sets him apart from others in his field.

Robert Krzyzanowski is Director of Emergency Services for Wendel’s Five Bugles Design and the newly acquired Mitchell Associates Architects. With over 20 years of public safety experience, Robert oversees the entire public safety portfolio and assists with design of all public safety projects nationwide. Robert has been involved in the design/construction of over 60 public safety projects throughout his career with hundreds of facilities studied. He received his AS, Drafting and Design Technology from Winona Technical College.

Peter Kukulka has 17 years of experience working as a structural engineer practicing structural analysis, design, detailing, computer modeling, and construction administration for projects of all shapes and sizes. He has provided his engineering expertise in the planning, design, and construction of hospitality, public transportation, commercial, education, bridge, water/wastewater, public safety, and healthcare projects. Peter currently manages the structural department at Wendel and holds both a Professional Engineering (PE) and Structural Engineering (SE) license in several states.