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DNR contact
Bryan Hartsook
2300 N Dr Martin Luther King Jr Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212
414-263-8512
Company contact
Steve Roncke
Building manager
16745 West Bluemound Rd
Brookfield WI 53005
262-317-3308
Fax 262-781-8466
R.A. Smith National [exit DNR]

R.A. Smith NationalFunctionally Equivalent to ISO 14001 Tier 1 participant since 10/09/2013

R.A. Smith National, Inc., based in Brookfield, offers civil engineering, structural engineering, surveying, construction services, ecological, landscape architecture, irrigation design, water resource engineering, geographic information systems (GIS), visualization and 3D laser scanning to government and the land development industry nationwide.

RA Smith

Celebrating their Green Tier membership from left to right: Chris Merklein (General manager, Arch Electric), Mayor Steven Ponto (City of Brookfield), Bill Mitchell (Executive director, WEDC), Steve Roncke (Senior engineering technician/QC manager, R.A. Smith National), Joan Smith (Vice president, R.A. Smith National), Richard Smith (President, R.A. Smith National), Eric Nitschke (Southest Secretary's director, DNR), Christine Lilek (Business sector specialist, DNR), Diana Robertson (South West Secretary's director, DNR) and Dan Vrakas (Waukesha County executive).

Environmental activities

R.A. Smith National, Inc. lessens its impact on resources, energy and the environment through both the projects it completes and internal processes. The company has contributed to sustainability at its Brookfield office by:

  • installing a 19.3 kW solar unit and 1.5 kW wind turbine;
  • converting all light fixtures to more efficient compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and adding lighting controls; and
  • upgrading infrastructure, including installation of a 96 percent efficient boiler.

2016 goals include:

  • continue our efforts to reduce landfill waste by recycling more and using less disposable material;
  • develop better sustainable training and awareness for employees;
  • develop and implement the Wisconsin Energy Conservation Corporation (WECC) Home Energy Affordability Loan (HEAL) program for employees in the company; and
  • implement procedural measures to ensure that we are providing our client with the highest degree of environmental responsibility on their projects.

Reports

Acceptance letter

Application

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Last revised: Wednesday February 08 2017