Arctic Directory: PND selects Pickering as president, adds Nottingham
PND Engineers Inc. said Nov. 28 that John W. Pickering, P.E., M.B.A., was recently appointed as the firmís new president. Pickering has more than 35 years of professional engineering experience as a field and design engineer, construction manager and senior project manager, and has been with PND for more than 22 years. Pickering has managed many integral projects for PND and currently oversees PNDís role as the civil design engineers for the Point Thomson Project on Alaskaís North Slope. His areas of expertise include arctic engineering, transportation engineering, hydrology, environmental engineering, and conceptual engineering studies.
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In addition, PND Vice President Todd Nottingham, P.E. recently returned to the Anchorage office after spending 18 years with PNDís Seattle Office. Nottingham has been with PND since 1986, and has worked primarily in the areas of marine structural design and bridge engineering. His recent projects include cruise ship docks, bulkheads, wave barriers, container terminals, and bridges.
PND is a dynamic civil engineering firm with more than 100 full-time employees, more than half of whom are licensed engineers or surveyors. Founded in 1979, PND is headquartered in Anchorage with branch offices in Palmer and Juneau, Alaska, Seattle, Wash., and Fort Collins, Colo. PND is ranked among Alaskaís largest engineering firms and many of PNDís design solutions have received national awards and worldwide recognition.
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