The Beaver County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers (PSPE) has named Larson Design Group (LDG)’s Brad Roman, PE, as its 2019 Young Engineer of the Year.
A graduate of Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Brad is an Associate Project Manager for LDG, where he serves as the task manager and lead design engineer for projects in the organization’s Site division. A major project highlighted as part of the nomination was Brad’s recent work leading the design and construction services of a 4.1 mile-long dam rehabilitation project at Buckeye Lake in Ohio. The project was initiated by the US Army Corps of Engineers, who deemed it critical to the health and safety of the immediate 300 homes on the downstream side of the dam, the surrounding community and a major local interstate.
“We take pride in all of our achievements and awards for the innovative projects at LDG, especially when our employees are recognized for their hard work and efforts,” said Bradley Aurand, Director of LDG’s Site division. “It’s also great to see employees making a positive impact in their local communities.”
The Young Engineer of the Year award recognizes an outstanding engineer under the age of 35 and is based on targeted criteria including engineering achievements, professional and technical society activities, continuing competence, educational and collegiate achievements, professional experience, and civic and humanitarian activities.
Founded in 1986, Larson Design Group is an award-winning national architecture, engineering, and planning firm with 11 offices in four states and a vision to elevate client relationships, enrich the careers and lives of its employee-owners, and enhance the communities in which it operates. For more information, visit www.larsondesigngroup.com.