Fehr Graham, a leading Midwest engineering and environmental firm, announced today that Bob Frey received a professional certification in computer-aided design.
Frey took the Autodesk Professional Certification exam in August and received his certification in September. He works in Fehr Graham’s Rockford office.
“Completing this certification validated Bob’s high skill level and knowledge acquired from working with the AutoCAD program for more than 20 years,” said Mick Gronewold, a Professional Engineer and one of the firm’s seven owners. “This certification demonstrates that Bob has the ability to effectively and skillfully use the AutoCAD software to produce the most accurate and efficient drawings for Fehr Graham’s clients.”
Frey joined Fehr Graham in 1993. He works on a variety of remediation, wetland restoration, railyard concept plans and capital improvement projects.
Frey earned his associate degree in Building Construction Technology from Rock Valley College in 1993. He lives in Machesney Park with his wife, Nikki.