John Rathke joins ACEC National College of Fellows!

October 16, 2019


man leans on desk to pose for photo wearing suit and red tieJohn Rathke was recently inducted into the ACEC National College of Fellows!

John, who began his career with Mead & Hunt in 1992, serves as a Principal and Vice President for the company. He has been an active member of ACEC Wisconsin for years, serving as the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Chair of the Transportation Taskforce, and Chair of the Wisconsin DOT Liaison Committee.

The College of Fellows is a distinguished class of engineers who have been selected by their peers. Members are recognized for their exemplary contributions to the profession of engineering, as well as to ACEC.

Criteria for becoming an ACEC Fellow includes participation in ACEC at the national level, demonstrated personal commitment, service, and leadership to the engineering profession, and desire to enhance the overall public image of the industry.

The newly elected Fellows were inducted into the College of Fellows at the ACEC Fall Conference in Chicago on October 15.

Congratulations on this great honor, John! Your work uplifts our firm and the communities we serve.