Engineering consulting firm, Interstate Engineering announced the promotion of Lowell Cutshaw, PE, to Office Manager of the Billings, Montana office. The announcement came from the Board of Directors.
“Lowell’s professional knowledge and client-focused approach have been invaluable to Interstate Engineering. His innovative project approach and hard work embody the mission of the company and will drive the Billings office in a strategic direction with growth and professionalism as the main focus,” said Lonni Fleck, Vice President and Principal Engineer of Interstate Engineering.
Cutshaw joined Interstate Engineering in 2011 with public and private sector experience. As a former city engineer, city planner, and city building official, Cutshaw was able to approach municipal engineering knowing what it was like to sit on the other side of the table. He is a Professional Engineer registered in Montana, North Dakota, Washington, and Idaho.
Cutshaw is stepping into the Office Manager role as Chuck Strum, Senior Transportation Engineer and former Office Manager refocus on client and project management. This management change is part of a healthy succession plan implemented by Interstate Engineering.
“Lowell is a client-focused team member with strong ideas about how to keep Interstate Engineering and our clients moving forward,” said Chuck Strum, Senior Project Manager, and former Office Manager. “I will continue to serve clients as well as be available to guide Lowell through the management process while I keep my eye on the horizon for retirement.” Strum has not set a formal retirement date.
Cutshaw officially began his role as Office Manager on January 1, 2018.