Engineer of the Year, Young Engineer of the Year, NSPE Fellows Award, Presidents Award
Michael Hardy, P.E., FNSPE - Engineer of the Year
PEO honored to award Michael Hardy the Engineer of the year award. Michaels twenty-two (22) years experience providing mechanical and process engineering, design team and construction management for capital construction projects in the commercial, industrial, technology and biopharmaceutical sectors. Responsibilities included design of new and retrofit of existing commercial and industrial HVAC systems, building chilled water, hot water and steam systems, cleanrooms, process equipment, ultra-pure water, bulk chemical delivery, bulk and specialty gas delivery and industrial wastewater pre-treatment systems.
Professional Engineers of Oregon (PEO) - Member since 1994, State President, Local Chapter Officer
Oregon MATHCOUNTS Foundation - Board Member and State Coordinator
National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) - Member since 1994 National President 2010-11
Felicia Knox, EIT - Young Engineer of the Year
Felicia works for SHN Consulting Engineers and Geologists. She was an Intern for SHN during the summers of her last two years at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and upon her graduation with a BS in Civil Engineering, was employed full time by SHN.
Tamara Johnson, P.E., FNSPE - NSPE Fellow Award
The National Society of Professional Engineers proudly names Tamara G. Johnson, P.E. as a Fellow member. The NSPE Fellow membership was established in the year 2000 to honor those active Society members who have demonstrated exemplary service to their profession, their society and their community - both locally and nationally. Since its creation more than a decade ago, less than one percent of all NSPE members have advanced to this highest volunteer membership rank.
Ralph Dunham, P.E. - PEO Presidents Award
Thank you to Ralph Dunham, P.E. for your service. State President in 2002 and served as Vice President.
The Engineer of the Year and Young Engineer of the Year are nominated by members.
Engineer of the Year
Candidate must be:
Citizen of Oregon for past ten years.
Registered Professional Engineer in Oregon.
Active in the Engineering Profession for at least 25 years.
Basis of Award:
The following factors should be considered in selecting the recipient of this award:
1. Outstanding professional achievement over a period of years. Factors to be considered in determining professional achievement should include:
Contributions by research.
Contributions to design and design methods.
Contributions in educational field.
Success in handling unusual construction problems.
Executive ability in handling large projects, emergencies or disasters.
Acceptance as outstanding by his associates in his chosen field of professional engineering.
Contributions to technical literature either by presentation of technical papers or publication of technical books.
2. Contributions to advancement of Professional Engineering by:
Service to community on advisory boards, etc.
Service to the Professional Engineers of Oregon and to engineering technical societies.
Young Engineer of the Year
This individual is an outstanding member under the age of 30 who demonstrated advancement and abilities above the norm.