Local Engineering Firm Enjoys Seamless Leadership Transitions

Klamath Falls, Oregon – Anders Rasmussen, PE, has been named the Klamath Falls Office Principal of SHN, a consulting firm offering engineering, environmental, geology, planning, and surveying services.  He takes over from Steve Donovan, who has moved out of the region. 

Rasmussen has contributed to SHN’s success since 2012 and has been involved with many infrastructure design and planning projects in the Klamath Basin and surrounding area, including the Falcon Heights Water and Sewer District’s wastewater system, the City of Klamath Falls’ wastewater collection system, the City of Medford’s trickling filter pump station, and the City of Tulelake’s water system improvements. 

He has also provided engineering assistance to agencies in Southern Oregon and Northern California, including the cities of Paisley, Bonanza, Roseburg, Winston, Alturas, Fort Jones, Etna, and Shasta Lake, the South Suburban Sanitary District, and the Lake Shastina Community Services District.

“Besides continuing work on infrastructure improvements, which I find fascinating, I’m also excited to assist the next generation of engineering and surveying students from Oregon Tech,” says Rasmussen.  SHN has hired numerous engineering interns over the past years.

At SHN’s corporate office in Eureka, California, Mike Foget, PE has been named CEO.  Working at SHN since 1995, Foget takes over from K. Jeff Nelson, PE who retired on January 1, 2019. Foget is an environmental and civil engineer, noted for many projects including environmental assessments for the construction industry in Coos Bay and North Bend.

SHN is a small business that has been supporting rural communities in Northern California and Southern Oregon for 40 years. The SHN Klamath Falls office opened in 2012.

Press release provided from SHN Engineering.

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SHN Engineering names Mike Foget, PE as CEO. Submitted photo.

SHN Engineering names Mike Foget, PE as CEO. Submitted photo.