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UMIAQ Announces New Associate Civil Engineer for Barrow Office


Cindy Titus

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Cindy J. Titus, P.E. has joined UMIAQ’s Engineering Department as a Civil Engineer and will be based in Barrow, Alaska.  Ms. Titus is a Colorado State University graduate and a registered Professional Engineer, in Civil Engineering.  Ms. Titus’s experience includes 10 years engineering oversight, planning, permitting, design, and construction oversight of water and wastewater treatment facilities. Program management experience includes developing, mapping, and implementing integrated processes for contracting and procurement activities across programs controls and contracts, and coordination with client and consultants.

Ms. Titus’s recent project experience includes the following projects: Fargo-Moorhead Area Flood Diversion Project in North Dakota, Ruth Burnett Sport Fish Hatchery in Fairbanks, North Slope Borough Wastewater Treatment Plant in Barrow and the Toolik Research Station Well House and Water Treatment System located in the Brooks Range.

UMIAQ is a full-service consulting and design firm specializing in architecture, engineering, surveying, regulatory planning, stakeholder relations, geospatial analysis, environmental consulting services, logistics and full-service camps, and response planning and operations.  UMIAQ’s team understands the politics, culture, land use issues, regulations, and design conditions as they pertain to industrial and community development in arctic and subarctic Alaska. UMIAQ is a member of the Ukpeaġvik Iñupiat Corporation (UIC) family of companies.

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