Part of the Wright Engineers strategy for preventing any of our 50 state stamps from getting dusty includes our work with national sign builder Everbrite, headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  While Everbrite started building signs well before any of our staff members were born (back in 1927), we are proud that we’ve helped them engineer some TEN THOUSAND signs of various shapes and sizes over the past ten years.  Sandy Wahl, Vice President Customer Services at Everbrite says, “We rely on our supplier partners to provide us with a high level of service and support that in turn allows us to meet our critical timelines.  I get what I need when I need it from Wright Engineers—I love their responsiveness!”

Representatives from the Wright Engineers team that services Everbrite, Scott Jones (Partner), Katy Wade (Account Manager), Ali Kazemi (Senior PM), and Jeremy Magbag (PM) had the opportunity to visit Everbrite in February—providing some hands-on training and taking in another Milwaukee Bucks win at Fiserv Forum.  Where, coincidentally, we provided the structural engineering for the big orange Fiserv sign!

Wright has a long history of providing excellent, consistent structural engineering on all types of multi-unit programs—from signs to production homes to precast concrete vaults to steel prefab buildings to national chain retailers and restaurants.



Wright Engineers’ climb team, dubbed the “Ninjaneers”, raised nearly $5,000 for the Fight for Air stair climb at the Stratosphere Tower in Las Vegas.  The Ninjaneers raced up all 1,455 steps to the 108th floor in support of the research, patient education, and advocacy efforts of the American Lung Association.  Wright Engineers’ CEO Brent Wright serves on the American Lung Association Board and was the Scale the Strat event chair for the second year in a row.  Pictured above are (L-R): Brent Wright, Erik Anderson, Aditya Inbasekaran, and Salvador Carrazco.