Alex Siu, P.E., PTOE wins Young Engineer of the Year Award
May 24, 2016
Howard Stein Hudson is proud to announce that the Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section (BSCES) named Alexandra Siu, P.E., PTOE as winner of the 2016 Bertram Berger Young Engineer of the Year Award. The Annual Bertram Berger Young Engineer Award serves to recognize an outstanding younger member of the BSCES for their professional achievements and service to the community. The award was presented at the BSCES 2016 Bertram Berger Seminar at the Courtyard by Marriott in downtown Boston on May 20.
“I am delighted that the BSCES has recognized Alex’s engineering ability with the Bert Berger Young Engineer of the Year award. Alex is a talented engineer; she has consistently demonstrated her problem solving skills, her eagerness to learn, and her natural ability to lead,” noted David Matton, Principal of Public Infrastructure.
With eight years of progressive responsibility, Alex has successfully led the traffic engineering and transportation planning elements of some of the region’s iconic projects. For the First Light Resort and Casino in Taunton, Alex studied the impacts of the proposed casino on over 50 intersections and 75 highway segments and ramps. In the City of Quincy, Alex planned circulation changes in Quincy Center to realize the vision of a new civic space and then designed the traffic infrastructure improvements to implement the vision. Additionally, Alex was central to developing the multimodal Connect Historic Boston project – proposing the innovative traffic signal system for cars, bikes, and pedestrians. Alex holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Georgia Tech and a Master’s of Science in Civil Engineering from Northeastern University.
Please join HSH in congratulating Alex on this wonderful achievement. For more on Alex, click here.