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PUBLISHED: 5:05 PM on Tuesday, August 1, 2006
USKH adds five to civil engineering department
Unwin Scheben Korynta Huettle, Inc. announces the recent hire of five new civil engineering professionals to provide transportation, aviation, utility and site design services on projects throughout Alaska.

Recent additions include James Reed, P.E.; Stephanie Gould, P.E., CDT; Tony Aalvik, E.I.T.; Phoebe Bredlie, E.I.T.; and Karthik Murugesan, E.I.T.

Reed has eights years of experience in aviation, highway, and site design and will provide support on transportation, aviation, and site development projects.

Gould has five years of experience as a civil and environmental engineer serving in project management and support roles for projects throughout Alaska.

She will be assigned to projects in the USKH Water Resources Group and will also support site civil design projects.

Aalvik has 16 years of survey and site layout experience and joined USKH as a civil engineer in training.

He will provide engineering support on utility and site design projects.

Bredlie has more than seven years of experience working as a project engineer, quality control manager, and estimator on engineering andconstruction projects.

Her duties will include general civil engineering project support.

Murugesan will be assigned to the USKH Surface Transportation Division to provide design studies, geometric design, utility agreements and relocations, and traffic engineering.

USKH is a solution-oriented full-service design firm that offers architectural, engineering, planning, and land surveying services to clients throughout Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.

Founded in 1972, the firm has more than 170 employees, and was recently ranked by CE News Magazine as number four among the "Top 50 Civil Engineering Firms to Work For" in the country.


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