Industry Leading Professionals
Mark Lenters, P.E., P.Eng, President, has over a 25-year period acquired extensive experience in
roundabout engineering, traffic engineering, transportation planning and
project management in the public and private sectors. He has developed
internationally recognized skills in roundabout design, safety auditing, and
project, personnel and financial management. Prior to his move to Madison
Wisconsin in 2007, Mr. Lenters participated on national committees for signs,
marking and safety auditing. He is also active in ITE and TRB. In 2002
Mark partnered with Leif Ourston, the pioneer roundabout designer in the United
States. In March 2005 he assumed leadership of the US and Canadian operations
and expanded both to create a multi-talented, continent-wide roundabout
consultancy. His values are evidence-based and science-minded roundabout
design. His vision is safer more efficient intersections with superbly
operating roundabouts; and, his mission is to lead the nation with design
innovation and excellence.
Philip Weber, P.Eng, manages the Canadian operation. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Ontario, Alberta and Nova Scotia, and has a Masters degree in transportation engineering. Over 16 years he has acquired experience in traffic engineering and transportation planning in both the public and private sectors. Philip is a recognized expert in high-capacity roundabout design, roundabout planning and review, operational analysis, and signs and markings implementation. He offers training in roundabout design and capacity analysis software, and has skills in transportation planning, traffic safety, human factors and public outreach. He is active in ITE, OGRA, OTC and TAC.
Kevin Kuhlow, P.E. is a senior project manager with over 14 years of highway engineering experience including roundabout operational analysis, design and review, transportation project management, urban and rural highway design and construction inspection/observation, agency coordination, public involvement and pavement design. Since 2000 Kevin has been actively involved with all aspects of roundabout design and implementation. Kevin is certified as a Level 3 roundabout designer for the State of Wisconsin where he is providing roundabout design review, support, and training through the State’s roundabout master contract. Kevin recently completed the design of 16 multi-lane roundabouts along USH 41 in Winnebago County, Wisconsin.
Troy Pankratz, P.E.
is licensed as a Professional Engineer to practice in Arizona, Colorado, Maine,
Minnesota, Montana, Utah, and Wisconsin. Over a twelve-year period, Mr.
Pankratz has acquired extensive experience in managing highway projects with a
high level of involvement in roadway design. He is responsible for directing
staff to complete project tasks to successfully deliver transportation projects
on time and within budget. For the last seven years, Troy has focused on
solving geometric and capacity deficiencies with modern roundabout
intersections. He provides services for planning, education, and design for
roundabouts at locations across the country. As a hands-on practitioner, Troy
is highly qualified to design complex high-capacity roundabouts while being
attentive to balancing competing objectives.
Troy is qualified as a Level 3 Roundabout Designer, the highest level
certification from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
Jedidiah Munroe, P.E. is a Professional Engineer, licensed in Wisconsin, with extensive knowledge and experience in roundabout design, roadway design, and construction management. Jed has been responsible for a broad range of tasks on a variety of projects, contributing to his well rounded knowledge of transportation engineering.
Ben Wilkinson, P.E. is licensed as a Professional
Engineer to practice in Iowa and Wisconsin. Over the past 13 years, Ben has
gained extensive experience in transportation engineering and planning. Ben’s
transportation experience includes urban and rural highway design, roundabout
design, corridor planning studies, traffic and safety studies, and
environmental documentation. He has extensive experience as a project manager
on intersection, roundabout, and urban street design projects.
P.E. is licensed as a Professional
Engineer to practice in Wisconsin. With 19 years of experience, Rielly has
acquired experience in project management, planning, and design of transportation
projects. Rielly is extremely familiar with industry standards and procedures,
and brings a background in project oversight and quality control. As a
designer, Rielly has experience in all aspects of urban and rural roadway
design. He also has experience in coordinating project development with
pertinent agencies, public involvement, producing design reports, and