Travis Zwenger


at Hughes Machinery

About Me

A veteran of the Unites States Navy, Travis Zwenger enlisted in 1996 and trained as a Naval Nuclear Engineer for two years at the Orlando Naval Training Center in Florida. He subsequently attended Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, graduating with a B.E. in Civil and Environmental Engineering in 2002. While studying towards his degree, Mr. Zwenger also served as a research assistant, participating in the monitoring and modification of the wastewater treatment systems and soil fractionation. During the summer of 2001, Travis Zwenger joined AquAeTer, an engineering firm for which acted as an Assistant Project Manager on an environmental study of the Cape Hatteras estuary in North Carolina; developed, installed, and oversaw a soil vapor extraction system in Kentucky; and monitored contaminated sites in Pennsylvania. Upon graduation, Mr. Zwenger was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Navy, with his first duty assignment as an Anti-Terrorism Officer. A member Society of American Military Engineers and American Society of Civil Engineers, Travis Zwenger has held a variety of roles for military and civilian entities. From 2009 to 2010, Mr. Zwenger served in the United States Army Corps of Engineers as a Quality Assurance Representative and Project Manager. His responsibilities included working closely with contractors to supervise project plans and specifications. He also oversaw contract changes, analyzed engineering costs, and drafted technical correspondence. During his tenure with the Corps of Engineers, Mr. Zwenger undertook courses in Performance Management, Construction Contract Administration, and Construction Quality Management. He now brings his skills to Hughes Machinery Company, a provider of industrial and power plant equipment. A resident of Wichita, Kansas, Travis Zwenger enjoys athletic pursuits such as running, fishing, camping, and judo in his free time. He also volunteers through Catholic Charities USA.


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