Keeping up to date with municipal road ratings and pavement management requires both organization and experience. The Town of Waukesha has utilized the services of Ruekert & Mielke, Inc. (R/M) for their pavement management needs, recognizing R/M's tested approach to providing quality pavement management programs to communities in Wisconsin and Illinois. 

R/M's engineers and field services crew helps the Town develop an annual road program that meets the Town's needs and budget. In cooperation with Town Staff, R/M prepares bidding documents for paving projects and administers those contracts throughout construction to ensure the Town roads are repaired correctly. 

Additionally, R/M assists the Town of Waukesha with their road ratings every other year when they are due. These ratings can be further analyzed to develop the pavement management plan. This includes annual mileage certification for new or improved roads, certifying the number of miles of streets the Town has. With R/M's help, the Town can feel secure knowing that their pavement management program is in good hands. 

About the Authors

Arlyn Kurth

Arlyn A. Kurth
Construction Review Manager

Arlyn has been employed by Ruekert & Mielke, Inc. (R/M) since 1976, and has been the head of Field Services since 1987. Over the years, Arlyn has gained experience in land surveying, sewer and water main staking, road construction staking, building layout staking, subdivision work, utility tunnel layout, road construction/utilities review and engineering technician work. His main duties now are: project management of construction review projects and management of the Field Services Team. 

Kevin Wagner

Kevin J. Wagner, P.E.
Project Manager / Branch Manager

Kevin has worked at Ruekert & Mielke, Inc. (R/M) since 2011. He has worked as a design engineer on civil and municipal projects with a focus on road and storm water design and infrastructure management and planning. His municipal background includes road, storm water, water and sanitary design, as well as experience in site storm water management, pedestrian design and ADA compliance, railroad quiet zones, development review, pavement management, capital planning and asset management. Kevin also integrates municipal technology with his work, including asset management software implementation, municipal software needs assessments, and GIS master planning.

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