Coffman Engineer Earns Professional License

Sep 12, 2022 | Engineering, Right Moves

Tija Baker

Tija Baker, at the Anchorage office of Coffman Engineers, earned her Alaska Professional Engineering license in mechanical engineering.

Baker graduated from UAA with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and joined Coffman in 2011. She is also certified as a NACE cathodic protection technician and an America Petroleum Institute 570 piping inspector.

Baker manages facility piping corrosion inspection for oil and gas companies. She has performed corrosion control field engineering support for annual cathodic protection surveys and designed cathodic protection systems for corrosion mitigation projects. She has experience with various oil companies on numerous pipeline projects and has traveled throughout rural Alaska, Washington, and Hawaii.

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