Susan Sherwood promoted at Wendel

Susan Sherwood promoted at Wendel

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Wendel, a nationally recognized design, construction and energy services company, announced that Susan Sherwood was promoted to senior associate principal. Her experience allows her to strike the perfect balance of providing technical leadership relating to project development and assisting clients in achieving regulatory compliance for their project.

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