Maisie Wingerter

Associate II

Positively inquisitive, Maisie is a skilled listener and problem solver who finds the silver lining in every cloud while keeping a level head and laser focus. She strives to make sure every person she encounters is not only heard but valued. A natural teacher, she seamlessly educates others and prides herself on what she learns in return.

Maisie brings strong experience in the public information field working on highway and light rail infrastructure projects throughout Colorado. She’s an innovative and technical communicator driven by cultivating connections and building communities.

Maisie previously served as Kiewit Infrastructure Company’s public information manager for the US 34 Big Thompson Permanent Repairs Project. On this project, she strategically managed communications and access for 500 residents, two cities and a national park during two consecutive eight-month, 11-mile full closures of US 34.

Maisie also supported the Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) Central 70 project as a communications manager, communicating workforce development opportunities and small business support throughout the community.

Finally, she served as the public information manager for Kiewit and worked closely with the Regional Transportation District (RTD) and CDOT to provide stakeholders with timely and accurate information on the I-225 Rail Line in Aurora. Maisie also served as Kiewit’s media spokesperson, taking part in on-site interviews to highlight major project activity and progress, including a full shut down of I-225 that impacted the entire metro-Denver area.

  • Bachelor of Science in speech, language, hearing sciences, University of Wyoming