Midwest engineering and environmental firm Fehr Graham has added four team members to its Champaign office.
Michelle Brown joins the company as a program administrator, planning and coordinating projects such as billing, budgeting and deadlines. She earned a bachelor of arts in speech communications from Eastern Illinois University.
Michael Cunningham recently joined the firm as a water/wastewater engineer, handling wastewater collection and treatment; potable water supply and other environmental engineering projects. He earned a bachelor of science in nuclear, plasma and radiological engineering and a master in environmental engineering degree from the University of Illinois-Champaign. He previously worked for the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency Pollution Prevention & Energy Efficiency Program.
Cole Janisch joined the firm as a staff engineer. Janisch is responsible for land development and environmental engineering services and prepares reports, investigations and studies. Janisch earned a bachelor's in civil and environmental engineering from the University of Wisconsin and is working on a master's from Kansas State University.
Narendra Patel joined Fehr Graham as a senior project engineer, developing, coordinating and directing engineering projects of all sizes. He earned a bachelor’s in civil engineering from the M.S. University of Baroda, India. He also earned a master’s in civil/environmental engineering from Bradley University in Peoria.