Paul Pasko, SEH senior professional engineer*, was presented with the American Public Works Association (APWA) Professional Manager of the Year Award (Engineering and Technology category).
On behalf of the Minnesota Chapter of APWA, Amy Grothaus, Braun Intertec and Chapter President of APWA-MN, nominated Paul for the award – highlighting him as an innovative leader and manager who has made many contributions to his profession.
The following provides a closer look at four traits and successes contributing to Paul’s recognition as Professional Manager of the Year Award.
Paul has advanced engineering and technology management through his knowledge and dedication to trenchless technologies and winter recreation:
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The introduction and implementation of trenchless technologies have required Paul to demonstrate his leadership and progressive management techniques in the area of engineering and technology management in the following ways:
Paul demonstrates a commitment to seek out and employ innovative ideas and technology. By sharing these advances with clients, he improves the processes and outcomes of projects, so they are less disruptive, more durable and cost-effective. His pursuit of innovative ideas and continuous improvement sets him apart.
Paul is active in promoting the field of engineering and technology management throughout the communities, agencies and customers he serves. His outstanding career service achievements inspire excellence and dedication among his fellow engineering and technology professionals.
Connect with Paul on LinkedIn to learn more about his role as senior professional engineer, his impact to the field of engineering, and how he’s helping to build a better world through an uncompromising commitment to managing projects the right way.