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Summit Engineering Promotes Cody Anderson to Project Manager


Date: 04/15/13

Summit Engineering Inc., of Santa Rosa, California announced the promotion of Cody Anderson, LEED AP, to project manager in their Civil Division. Anderson earned his B.S. in environmental science at University of California, Berkeley. He brings to Summit years of civil engineering experience including hydrology and hydraulic calculations, site and utility design, specifications, stormwater management and construction assistance.

Summit has been providing planning, design and project management services since 1978 in the areas of sitework, site utilities, civil, structural, water/wastewater and electrical engineering.
 

Region: Napa & Sonoma

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