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Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce

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Brian Wenzelinfo@atwell-hicks.com


Genoa Township, Michigan Home Page

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Mr. Bill Anderson and Mr. Brian Wensel of Atwell Hicks were present to represent the petitioner.Mr. Wensel stated the wetlands were flagged by a very reputable company and in the end the DEQ will confirm the wetlands and whether or not they are regulated.Mr. Wensel address the residents' concerns regarding the perking problem.He explained there is 15 feet of sand east and west of Nixon Road.He added the property east of Nixon Road is 15 feet higher than on the west side, where their property is.


News | McKinley

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Brian Wenzel, CEO of Brighton-based consulting and engineering firm Atwell-Hicks, said stimulating job growth is critical to revitalizing the economy.
"I think fundamentally, the biggest challenge facing Michigan today is job growth," Wenzel said. "Put everything else aside for the minute. Atwell-Hicks expected the downturn in the housing industry, Wenzel said. But the shift in the housing market has altered the composition of the firm's business anyway. "We're certainly doing less residential work today than what we were doing last year. And we expect we will do less next year than we did this year," Wenzel said. Get them to a point where they can grow as fast as they can and as fast as they need to be able to capitalize on the opportunities that are created here," Wenzel said. Brian Wenzel


area-info.net

"We chose to invest in RVi because we respect what the company's leadership has built over the past three-and-a-half decades," said Atwell President and CEO Brian R. Wenzel.


RVi Planning + Landscape Architecture Expands Nationally with Equity Investment from Atwell, LLC | Business Wire

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"We chose to invest in RVi because we respect what the company's leadership has built over the past three-and-a-half decades," said Atwell President and CEO Brian R. Wenzel.


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