Lewis Receives High Honor from West Virginia University Academy of Civil Engineers
July 10, 2012
(Harrisburg, Pa.) Paul Lewis, P.E., vice president and corporate geotechnical practice leader based in the firm’s corporate headquarters in Harrisburg, Pa., was selected to the West Virginia University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering’s (CEE) West Virginia Academy of Civil Engineers. This honor was bestowed to Lewis through a call for nominations and extensive review by members of the academy. The induction ceremony was held at the Erickson Alumni Center in Morgantown on April 20, 2012, along with the department awards banquet, where seven new members were honored.
With more than 28 years of experience, Lewis is responsible for management and technical review of geotechnical activities. He establishes best practices, monitors quality standards, and advances new initiatives within the U.S. and internationally.
Lewis holds a bachelor of science in civil engineering from the West Virginia University and is a registered professional engineer in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, Florida, North Carolina, and Arkansas. He is on the board of directors for the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Central Pa. Section, and a 2012 delegate for the ASCE Leadership Conference.
The West Virginia University Academy of Civil Engineers was founded in 2005 by the Department of CEE to recognize those with distinguished careers and outstanding engineering service in West Virginia. This is a reflection of contributions and services to the profession, contributions to education, and professional achievement.
For more information, please contact Judy L. Hricak, CPSM at 717.763.7211, x2624 or via email.