Woolpert Appoints Jacobs Vet Tom Ruschkewicz as Geospatial Practice Leader

Tom Ruschkewicz, a more than 25-year surveying and geospatial industry veteran, has joined Woolpert as roads and bridges geospatial practice leader for the company's transportation market area.

Woolpert said Monday Ruschkewicz aims to expand the practice's footprint in new markets by applying his knowledge of geospatial technology platforms for state departments of transportation and municipalities throughout the U.S., Woolpert 

He spent nearly 13 years at Jacobs Engineering Group and also held positions at Cobb, Fendley & Associates and Surveying and Mapping. His industry background encompasses public transportation, aviation, municipal infrastructure, energy, public utilities, telecommunications and land development.

Ruschkewicz is a licensed professional surveyor in four states and a member of the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing as well as the National Society of Professional Surveyors.

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