My son Jeremy is the National New Face of Civil Engineering for 2011 by American Society of Civil Engineers and the National Engineers Week Foundation.
It’s now made public, pick up the USA Today paper today Monday Feb 21, 2011 and look at the full page ad on 3B
See this link for a write up on him that his global architecture firm made http://aecom.com/News/Inside+AECOM/National+Engineers+Week.
Also, its now on the National Engineers week foundation… http://www.eweek.org/Home.aspx
|30-year-old Jeremy Livermore, P.E., from Orange, Calif. has been named a New Face of Civil Engineering. Livermore is a structural engineer with AECOM|
Click on the “New Faces of Engineering 2011 Announced” and then click “Come meet these young engineers.”
In case you are interested here: An ASCE write up with a video interview that was filmed in the Orange office:
A feature story is now live on AECOM.com. here is the direct link to it: http://www.aecom.com/News/Inside+AECOM/National+Engineers+Week/New+Faces+of+Engineering+2011/Livermore%2CJeremy
Also, it’s now on the National Engineers week foundation… http://www.eweek.org/Site/Engineers/newfaces2011/index.shtml
Attached is the USA today newspaper image from yesterday’s paper and 2 write ups by AECOM and ASCE and a letter from the North America CEO and ASCE.
February 28, 2011
Four U.S. engineers recognized in New Faces of Engineering competition
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The National Engineers Week Foundation (NEWF) recognized four AECOM engineers from the United States in its 2011 New Faces of Engineering competition, which acknowledges the achievements and professional contributions of engineers 30 years of age and younger.
Amy Canfield, a transportation engineer from Madison, Wisconsin, and Jeremy Livermore, a structural engineer from Orange, California, were both among the final 14 New Face honorees. Canfield was named 2011 Young Professional of the Year by the American Council of Engineering Companies, while Livermore was named 2011 New Face of Civil Engineering by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Carlin Fitzgerald Grundemann, a project engineer in the Water business line from Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Lee von Gynz-Guethle, a water resource engineer from Chicago, Illinois, were also finalists in the New Faces of Engineering competition.
Each year, the NEWF — a coalition of engineering societies, major corporations and government agencies — asks its members to nominate colleagues for the New Faces of Engineering competition. This year, AECOM nominated 41 employees. Click here to view biographies and photos of all the nominees.
Four AECOM engineers were recognized by the National Engineers Week Foundation. Clockwise from top right: Amy Canfield, Jeremy Livermore, Carlin Fitzgerald Grundemann and Lee von Gynz-Guethle.
I am very proud of my son Jeremy Livermore.