Flatiron Engineer Amy Moore Awarded “Young Engineer of the Year” by PSEC
Amy Moore, Flatiron’s Project Engineer in the Northwest Division, has been selected as the recipient of the “Young Engineer of the Year” Award by Puget Sound Engineering Council (PSEC) for the year 2022.
Amy was recognized for her excellent work as a project engineer responsible for supervising construction work on several major infrastructure projects, her leadership roles in the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Younger Member Forum, and her services as an instructor for the Fundamentals of Engineering Review Course.
Graduated from University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, Amy has been a very active member with the Seattle Chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Younger Member’s Forum (YMF), where she is currently serving as president-elect.
Amy joined Flatiron in 2017 as a field engineer intern and has worked as a field engineer on large scale infrastructure projects including the $200 million SR 520 West Approach Bridge North Project and the $100 million Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station Project.
Based in Renton, Washington, Amy is now a project engineer working on the I-405 Renton to Bellevue Widening and Express Toll Lane project – one of the largest ever design-build projects for the Washington State Department of Transportation, where she is involved with fish passages, roadway drainage and weekend closure works on the $710 million project.
Through Young Engineer of the Year Award, Puget Sound Engineering Council (PSEC) recognizes individuals under 35 years of age who show professional progress and excellence in engineering. Candidates are nominated based on candidates’ professional background, education and engineering credentials, professional achievements and awards, and community, civic and charitable involvement.
Learn more about the award: https://pseconline.org/psec-awards/young-engineer-of-the-year/