Marking the 11th year of being recognized, Wessler Engineering was one of 125 companies honored as a 2022 Best Places to Work in Indiana as part of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s 17th annual awards.
Senior Vice President of Administration Melissa Mitchell reflected on the firm’s core belief in the value of its team members and in establishing a desirable company culture.
“At Wessler Engineering, we believe employees come first and we are so appreciative of being recognized as one of Indiana’s Best Places to Work. Our employees are our biggest asset so we strive to provide a culture employees can enjoy and feel fulfilled in the work they do. Wessler Engineering is focused on relationship building and that starts within our organization.”
“Our employees are passionate about the work they do and the communities they work in and we are passionate about them. We continuously focus on employee engagement, providing opportunities for our employees to gather and spend time learning about each other and their families and interests,” Mitchell said.
To be considered for participation, companies had to fulfill the following eligibility requirements:
- be a for-profit, not-for-profit business or government entity
- be a publicly or privately held business
- have a facility in Indiana
- have at least 15 full-time employees working in Indiana
- be in business a minimum of one year.
Winners were selected from four categories: 53 small companies of 15-74 U.S. employees, 38 medium companies with 75-249 U.S. employees, 24 large companies of 250-999 U.S. employees and 10major companies with 1,000 or more U.S. employees.
Headquartered in Indianapolis with satellite offices in Carmel, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Hobart, West Lafayette and Bluffton, Ohio, the Wessler Engineering team specializes in water resources, providing professional consulting services for the wastewater, drinking water and stormwater industry.
Focused on helping committed leaders make sure their water is safe, managed and future-proof, Wessler’s clients include state government agencies, municipalities, counties, industries, and private utilities.