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Morse Obtains P.E. Certification at Coffman Engineers


ANCHORAGE (July 5, 2017) –Coffman Engineers is pleased to announce Aaron Morse has obtained his Alaska Professional Engineering (P.E.) license in Civil Engineering.

Morse is a civil/structural engineer in the Anchorage office. He received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks in 2009. His first five years after college were concentrated in construction management and engineering, including work at two combined-cycle natural-gas-fired power plants in Canada. Morse’s industrial background as a construction field engineer includes supervision of ironworker and boilermaker crews erecting structural steel and performing structural welding, supervision of industrial painters, crane lift plans, quality control, calculating cost projections, and generating RFIs. In 2014 Morse transitioned from construction management to design engineering. His structural design experience has been concentrated mostly in the Oil & Gas sector, including steel pipe support design, reinforced concrete foundation design, and deep foundation design.

As Morse moves forward in his career as an engineer at Coffman Engineers he voices his excitement and says, “I'm relieved to finally have the test results, thankful for everyone that supported me along the way, and excited for the future opportunities and growth as an engineer within a dynamic company.”

Coffman Engineers is proud to celebrate 38 years of providing clients with multidiscipline engineering solutions and is ranked at #198 in Engineering News-Record’s 2017 Top 500 Design Firms list. Our services include civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, fire protection, commissioning, process piping, instrumentation and controls, corrosion control, alternative and renewable energy, and land surveying. Coffman Engineers has more than 400 employees servicing clients across the U.S. and overseas from offices in Anchorage, Alaska; Bozeman, Montana; Charleston, South Carolina; Fulton, Maryland; Hagatna, Guam; Honolulu, Hawaii; Hood River, Oregon; Los Angeles, Oakland, and San Diego, California; and, Seattle and Spokane, Washington. For additional firm information, please visit www.coffman.com or follow us on Twitter @CoffmanEngineer and LinkedIn.

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