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James Krause

'51

Mr. James L. Krause, received a baccalaureate in civil engineering from Michigan Tech in 1951, retired as President of Kramp Construction Company, Inc., of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, after 40 years with the company. Kramp, Inc., specializes in highway and expressway construction. He served as the President of the Concrete Paving Organization and Secretary of the Wisconsin Roadbuilders Association. A long-time supporter of . . .

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Robert Hitch

'56, '54

Robert Hitch earned his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering from Michigan Tech in 1954. Following graduation, he served as a lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force and returned to Michigan Tech for graduate study in civil engineering. He earned his masters degree in civil engineering in 1956 and served as an instructor from 1957 through 1960 teaching in the area of structural analysis and design. In 1960, he joined Yalmer . . .

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William Bier

'50

William Bier, originally from Ironwood, Michigan, served for two years in the US Navy before attending Michigan Tech. He completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1950. Following graduation he joined Dunn Construction Engineering, Inc. as a field engineer and over the course of his career rose to the level of CEO. After retiring in 1991, Mr. Bier formed his own consulting firm, WB Engineering. Mr. Bier . . .