Vice President of Engineering
Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood, Inc.
Wheeler Crook possesses a unique set of engineering and interpersonal skills that allowed him to be placed in GMC’s Water Resources & Treatment Division within 3 years of joining the firm. His ability to design and manage engineering and construction of large-scale infrastructure projects alongside individuals with decades of experience has been a contributing factor in furthering his career in the engineering field. Currently, Wheeler serves as Vice President of Engineering, managing business development efforts, project managers, and the design of all civil and municipal projects across central and south Alabama, in addition to special projects throughout the Southeast. He has been a crucial part of the firm’s success, bringing an energy and drive that is truly unmatched.
- Gadsden MIEX Treatment Facility (Gadsden, AL), Project Manager/Engineer
- Wolf Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade (Foley, AL), Project Manager
- Anderson Regional Joint Water System Membrane Plant Expansion (Anderson, SC), Engineer
- Gautier Water Treatment Ion Exchange System (Gautier, MS), Project Manager/ Design Engineer
- Camp Merrill Sewage Collection System (Dahlonega, GA), Project Manager
Public/Professional Service: Alabama Water Environment Association, member, Water Environment Federation, member, American Water Works Association, member
Education: Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Auburn University, Bachelor of Science, Birmingham-Southern College
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