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Guest on The Infra Blog: Christian Steinbrecher, President, Ukiah Engineering Inc., ASCE Oregon 2011-2012 Civil Engineer of the Year

Posted by Steve Anderson on Friday, March 30th, 2012

Christian F. Steinbrecher, president of Ukiah Engineering Inc., was awarded the “2011 – 2012 Engineer of the Year Award” by the Oregon Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers for his work on Oregon’s Infrastructure Report Card issued by the Oregon Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers. His experience has spanned almost 30 years and has covered all of the major facets of the construction industry: management, design and construction. He has been involved with public sports facilities, transportation projects, parks, parking garages, new buildings, retail, and renovations. His strengths lie in his ability to effectively communicate with project team members and to understand the risks that accompany a modern construction project.

Prior to forming Ukiah Engineering Inc., Mr. Steinbrecher was responsible for Construction Management at the Portland Development Commission. Steinbrecher has a BSCE from the University of Maryland, an MS in Construction Management from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and is a registered Professional Engineer in Washington and Oregon.

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