Alex Felhoffer Joins Superior Reserve.
Superior Reserve Engineering & Consulting is pleased to welcome Alex Felhoffer to our veteran engineering staff. Alex obtained his Bachelor of Science from Marquette University's College of Engineering in 2011 while also completing Marquette's Reserve Officer Traning Corps (ROTC) program.
Mr. Felhoffer obtained his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Lubar School of Business in 2013.
Alex is a comissioned 1st Lieutenant in the U.S. Army, where he served as a Platoon Leader and now Company Commander in the United States Army Reserves 996 Engineering Company.
In addition to his vast construction/engineering experience, Alex has an extensive background in commercial real estate appraisal. He will be providing engineering and consulting services for SREC's rapidly expanding client base in 19 states across the country.
Superior Reserve was founded in January 2014 by industry veterans Nik Clark and Justin Maier who's decades of exerience in the Capital Reserve Study/Construction Defect Litigation industry revealed a gap between services provided by at-the-time legacy firms and the changing needs and expectations of industry clients. We would like to thank our clients who, over the past 2+ years, recognized the innovation we bring to the industry and provided the opportunities to be a resource.
Superior Reserve Engineering & Consulting partners, Nik Clark, and Justin Maier PE RS, recently authored an article about building pipe systems and replacements. This article was featured in the Community Associations Institute (CAI) - Illinois Chapter "Common Interest" Magazine's "Superhero" themed Summer 2014 publication. (Pages 18-21)
CAI is an international organization founded in 1973, headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia with 60 Chapters across the country dedicated to building better communities. CAI provides information, education and resources to all community association stakeholders, including community managers and homeowner leaders.
The Illinois Chapter of Community Associations Institute serves the educational, business, and networking needs of community associations in the Chicagoland Area. Members include condominium, cooperative, and homeowner associations as well as those who provide services and products to associations. The Illinois Chapter has over 1100 members including 250 businesses, and over 500 community associations Board members and unit owners representing over 100,000 homeowners.
Superior Reserve serves clients in select regions across the country and participates in the respective CAI chapter events in those regions.
Read the article featured in Common Interest Magazine at the following link: CAI-IL Summer 2014 Common Interest Magazine Article fet. Superior Reserve