Randy Hagemann’s Well-Deserved Retirement Milestone

As we bid farewell to a valued member of our team, we take a moment to celebrate the impressive career and achievements of Randy Hagemann, an Electrical Designer at McClure Engineering.

Randy Hagemann started with McClure Engineering in 2002, bringing a wealth of expertise and a passion for electrical design. Over the years, Randy’s commitment and attention to detail helped shape nearly 800 successful projects, leaving a lasting impact on our firm and the communities we serve. From commercial buildings to infrastructure developments, Randy consistently demonstrated his commitment to excellence, delivering innovative solutions while ensuring the highest standards of safety and efficiency. And while he worked across all market sectors, his work with Southern Illinois Healthcare dominated his time throughout the years.

As we honor Randy’s retirement, we also celebrate the ongoing legacy he leaves behind through his daughter, Kayla, a lighting designer at McClure Engineering (and currently the President of the St. Louis Chapter of the Illumination Engineering Society). Following in her father’s footsteps, Kayla has proven herself to be a brilliant designer, showcasing her own unique talents and adding to the family’s tradition of excellence in engineering and design. We look forward to witnessing Kayla’s continued success and seeing her continue to make her mark on our industry.

Amidst the fond farewells and well-wishes for Randy’s retirement, we cannot help but wonder what the future holds for the Hagemann family. If we know Randy, we see plenty of golf, home improvement projects, and Peanut M&M’s. And perhaps, one day, we will welcome his brand new grandchild into the world of engineering and design, perpetuating a family tradition of ingenuity and innovation.

On behalf of the entire McClure Engineering team, we extend our warmest wishes to Randy as he enters this exciting phase of life. May this be a time of abundant joy, fulfillment, and unforgettable experiences. Retirement opens doors to opportunities that were previously undiscovered, allowing Randy to savor the rewards of a long and productive career while embracing the possibilities that lie ahead.