Robitzsch has 36 years of design and management experience as a Consulting Engineer, Construction Contractor, and Public Project Owner, bringing knowledge from all sides of a project in the water/wastewater industry. Her expertise includes leading development and execution of a multi-million-dollar public water program and delivering projects from concept to completion for one of the country’s largest design-build construction companies.
“Cheryl understands the needs of communities that have aging infrastructure and are challenged with completing replacements and upgrades quickly,” said Tricia Hatley, Freese and Nichols Executive Vice President for Operations. “Her experience will help us refine our teaming partnerships with contractors and bring clients even more insights for choosing the best delivery approach for their projects.”
Robitzsch, who joins the firm as an Associate, will work across all the regions Freese and Nichols serves in the southern United States. She is licensed as a Professional Engineer in Florida, Georgia, and Maryland, and certified as a Design-Build Professional through the Design-Build Institute of America. She received her bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Kansas.