Coffman Engineers’ Anchorage Engineer Earns Second Professional License

Mar 17, 2022 | Engineering, Right Moves

Clayton Krueger

An employee at Coffman Engineers already licensed as a professional chemical engineer has earned his Alaska Professional Engineering (PE) license in mechanical engineering, as well.

Clayton Krueger graduated from Montana State University in Bozeman with degrees in both chemical and biological engineering. He joined Coffman in 2015 as a process engineer working in the oil and gas industry, including work on industrial process and pipeline systems design, safety relief, and fitness for service evaluation projects. Krueger’s project experience has involved gas processing, process controls, pipe stress analysis, and equipment and vessel design for refinery and pipeline facilities.

Krueger currently serves as a facility engineer helping clients with optimization and expansion planning, day-to-day operations, and maintenance group troubleshooting. Coffman principal mechanical engineer Trevor Buron, who manages the industrial mechanical team, says, “Clayton’s experience both as a process and mechanical engineer brings great value to our clients as he’s able to draw from the two disciplines and provide a unique perspective and skillset to a variety of roles and projects.”

To become professionally licensed, engineers must complete a college degree, work under a PE for a minimum of four years, pass fundamental competency exams, and earn a license from the state licensure board.

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