Ethan Schreuder, a survey technician and UAS pilot for Woolpert, flies an unmanned aerial systems craft outside Woolpert headquarters in the summer of 2018. FILE

Beavercreek firm announces new executive moves

Judi Craig was recently promoted to roads and bridges market director, and Chris Snyder has been promoted to aviation lead, the firm said.

Craig will support Woolpert’s engineering and geospatial services growth. Craig, who works out of the firm’s Cincinnati office, has 25 years of transportation industry experience and has served as a program director at Woolpert since June.

Judi Craig

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In his new position, Snyder will guide the expansion of Woolpert’s geospatial and design practices. Snyder said the firm plans to strengthen its presence in targeted geographies that include Texas and Florida, to augment niche service offerings like unmanned aircraft systems — sometimes called “drones” — and strategic asset management consulting, and to grow the firm’s planning capabilities.

Chris Snyder

Based in offices on County Line Road, Woolpert has more than a century of experience, nearly 1,000 employees and 30 offices nationwide, from which it serves public, private, federal and U.S. military clients.

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