R&M CONSULTANTS, INC. (R&M) is pleased to announce Brian O’Dowd, PE, Morgan Welch, PE, Matt Majoros, PE and Brian Mullen, PE have received their professional licensure. They each passed the Principles & Practice of Engineering Exam, gaining their Alaska licenses in Civil Engineering.
Brian O’Dowd has been with R&M since 2010. He is a Project Engineer in the firm’s Construction Administration (CA) Department and has been involved with CA for transportation and airport projects throughout Alaska. Recent projects include CA services on Skagway-Dyea Road Improvements, Hyder Causeway and Trestle Reconstruction, and Klawock to Hollis Pavement Rehabilitation. Brian holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Morgan Welch joined R&M in 2010 and is a Project Engineer in the firm’s Surface Transportation Engineering Group. His focus has been on road and highway design projects throughout Alaska. Recent projects include the Eklutna River Bridge Replacement; Ketchikan Mill, Mission and Stedman Streets Reconstruction; and the Chena Hot Springs Tract Master Plan. Morgan holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Massachusetts.
Matt Majoros has been with the firm since 2009. He is a Project Engineer within R&M’s Airport Engineering Group and has five years of engineering design experience, nearly all of which has focused on airport improvement projects. Recent projects include the Hughes Airport Improvements Hydrologic Assessment, Alaska Railroad Corporation Seward Marine Terminal Expansion, and Nome Airport Apron Improvements. Matt holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Brian Mullen has been with R&M since 2011. He is a Geotechnical Engineer in R&M’s Earth Sciences Department and has more than five years of experience in geotechnical investigations and drafting recommendations. Recent projects include the Eklutna River Bridge Replacement, Valdez Municipal Harbor Master Planning, and Allison Creek Hydroelectric Project. Brian holds a B.S. in Geological Engineering from Missouri University of Science.
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