Oil Patch Bits: PND Engineers announces professional achievements
PND Engineers Inc. said recently that it is pleased to announce the following professional achievements and new hire in its Anchorage office.
Josh Gray and Daniel King recently obtained professional engineer registrations by the state of Alaska.
Gray graduated from Montana State University in 2012 with his bachelorís in civil engineering. He joined the PND team in 2013, with his engineering duties encompassing general civil site design, roadway design, marine infrastructure, oil and gas development, and on-site inspection.
King obtained his masterís in civil engineering in 2016 from University of Alaska Anchorage. He specializes in structural evaluation and design. King began working at PND as an intern and has been with the company fulltime since 2013.
Amy Steiner, E.I.T., joined the Anchorage office in January of this year. Steiner is a lifelong Fairbanks Alaskan who completed a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from University of Alaska Fairbanks in 2012. Following that, she worked for PDC Engineering in Fairbanks for two and a half years before returning to school at Delft University of Technology, in the Netherlands, for her masterís degree in geotechnical engineering, completed in 2016. Her engineering duties primarily consist of laboratory testing and the preparation of geotechnical reports.
Editorís note: Some of these items will appear in the next Arctic Oil & Gas Directory, a full color magazine that serves as a marketing tool for Petroleum Newsí contracted advertisers. The next edition will be released in September.