Coffman Engineers’ Anchorage Engineer Earns Professional License

Oct 5, 2022 | Engineering, Right Moves

Spencer Osgood

Spencer Osgood, an engineer at the Anchorage office of Coffman Engineers, earned his Alaska Professional Engineering (PE) license in civil engineering.

Osgood graduated from Colorado State University in Fort Collins with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. He joined Coffman in 2016 as an intern performing cathodic protection surveys with the corrosion control department. After graduating, he transitioned to a full-time position in the civil engineering department.

Osgood’s experience includes commercial, industrial, and military projects throughout Alaska and Pacific islands. He has knowledge of hydrological engineering as well as site design, project coordination and design, permitting, trenchless utility design, and fuel storage containment. He is also a certified cathodic protection technician.

Osgood credits his growth as an engineer on the mentorship he received from colleagues and the experience he gained on a wide scope of projects, from oil and gas industry projects to replacing sanitary systems with air vacuum systems.

“We congratulate Spencer on obtaining his PE and look forward to a very bright future,” says Coffman principal civil engineer, Mike Frison.

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