ARLINGTON, Va. - Woolpert announced that the firm has relocated Joe Seppi from its Dayton, Ohio, office to its Arlington office location to support the increased demand for federal project support.
Seppi joined Woolpert in 2008 and has more than 20 years of geospatial experience, including project management and consulting in the design and fielding of geospatial and enterprise information management systems for homeland security and defense.
“With a longstanding history of success managing high-profile projects and programs, Joe’s expertise will be a great benefit to our firm as we continue to provide our federal clients with innovative solutions,” said Jeff Lovin, Woolpert vice president and director of photogrammetry and remote sensing.
Seppi formerly served as Chair of the Independent Oracle User Group (IOUG) North American Spatial Special Interest Group (SIG) and was Oracle Magazine’s Editor’s Choice pick for Spatial Developer of the Year in 2005. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), and has been an ASPRS Certified Mapping Scientist GIS/LIS since 1995. Seppi has earned a reputation for designing and implementing innovative enterprise-class geospatial data management systems for the Oracle Technology Stack.
Woolpert, ranked by Engineering News-Record as a top national design firm, provides professional engineering, architecture, planning, enterprise information management, water management, surveying, and photogrammetry and remote sensing services to clients in the public and private sectors. Founded in 1911, Woolpert’s innovative design approach and commitment to the creative application of technology have grown the firm into a leader in the consulting industry. With nearly 700 professionals in 22 offices located throughout the U.S., Woolpert’s collaborative and multidisciplinary approach is driven by great people, great clients and great projects.
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Woolpert Relocates Seppi to Arlington Office to Support Federal Initiatives
October 22, 2009