CAGE Civil Engineering promotes Frederick Thaete, P.E. to partner and shareholder

  • Frederick Thaete, P.E.

    Frederick Thaete, P.E.

 
 
Updated 5/10/2022 3:26 PM

CAGE Engineering is thrilled to announce the promotion of Frederick Thaete, P.E. to partner and shareholder. Fred is an integral part of CAGE's Midwest operation and holds a Senior Manager position in the Lisle, Illinois office. Fred has 25 years of experience in civil engineering and is a demonstrated leader and key member of the CAGE team. His expertise in residential, commercial, industrial and retail real estate development has proven to be extremely valuable in delivering successful projects for our development clients.

"Fred's engineering skills are truly one-of-a-kind. When faced with design challenges, his ability to combine creativity and ingenuity produces efficient and cost-effective solutions for our clients, time and time again ," says Greg Horejs, P.E., President of CAGE Engineering. "Our clients appreciate the tremendous value that Fred brings to their projects, and our team members appreciate and respect Fred's commitment to their personal growth and professional development. I am proud to have Fred as a business partner."

 

About CAGE Civil Engineering

CAGE Civil Engineering is a full-service land development firm focused on providing civil site design, surveying, construction management, entitlement coordination, and program management services. Market sectors served by CAGE include residential, senior housing, multi-family, retail, industrial, distribution/warehouse, parks, schools, and municipal infrastructure. CAGE is currently providing consulting services on projects in 15 states domestically, in addition to several international projects.

For more information about CAGE Civil Engineering please contact Greg Horejs, P.E. at (630) 598-0007 or marketing@cagecivil.com

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