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Sarah Adsit (‘19 CE) was named a recipient of the 2020-21 Edward J. Cox Memorial Transportation Scholarship Award, presented annually by the Indiana Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers. Adsit is currently a master’s student at Purdue University researching public
acceptance of alternative intersection and interchange designs.
Ryan Ames (’98 EnvE) was promoted to associate at
Dewberry. Ames is a process design leader in the water practice, where he specializes in water chemistry, water and wastewater treatment plant design, and process evaluation and optimization for public and private sector clients.
Tanner Bogaczyk (‘17 CE) was recently promoted to assistant project manager at Mowery. Bogaczyk began his career
at Mowery in 2016 as an operations and design intern and was hired as a project engineer in 2017.
Jeff Garrigan (’96 EnvE) has been promoted to associate at Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc. Garrigan is an assistant vice president with nearly 30 years of experience in the design of water and wastewater systems. He is also a licensed professional engineer.
Janelle Hall (‘09 CE) was named the 2018 Young Engineer
of the Year award winner by the Lehigh Valley Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers. This award is presented to individuals less than 35 years old who exhibit outstanding technical ability, have made great professional achievements, and continually support civic and humanitarian activities for their community.
Kevin Kline (‘11 CE) and Justin Long (‘11 CE) were named to the International Concrete Repair Institute’s (ICRI) “40 under 40,” a list of 40 individuals nominated by their peers who exemplify dedication to the concrete repair industry. Kline is a senior project manager with Concrete Protection & Restoration, Inc., and Long is a project manager with the SK&A Group.
Rachel Leitzinger (’05 CE) was promoted to senior associate
at Dewberry. Leitzinger, a senior project manager with the site/ civil group in the Lanham office, is a professional engineer
in Washington, D.C. and Maryland and is a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), and Maryland Society of Professional Engineers.
Lucas A. Parkes (’04 CE) was named to the MCS Bank
Board of Trustees. Parkes is a project engineer for the EDS Group, having joined the firm in June 2010. He has managed the Lewistown office since its opening in December 2011.
As a project engineer, he works closely with several local municipalities, and is responsible for business growth and development for The EADS Group. Parkes is involved in the community through his numerous civic affiliations, serving on the board of Downtown Lewistown Inc. and the Academy Foundation board, which provides financial support for the growth of technical education programs and scholarships at the Mifflin County Academy of Science and Technology.
Curtis Sanno (’02 CE) has been promoted to associate
vice president and serves as the business unit manager of Dewberry’s Mechanicsburg office. He has extensive experience in structural engineering, and has worked on numerous bridge projects with technical expertise in preliminary design as well as preparation of final plans, specifications, and estimates for bridge elements.
Michael Snyder (’81 CE) received
the American Council of Engineering Companies’ (ACEC) Coalitions Distinguished Service Award. Snyder is
a senior vice president and the site/civil service line leader at Dewberry, a privately held professional services firm, where he has been working for nearly 35 years.
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