PND Engineers Names New Principals in Anchorage and Juneau

Dec 8, 2022 | Engineering, Right Moves

PND Engineers promoted four senior engineers to Principals at its Anchorage and Juneau offices.

Alexandra West Jefferies

Alexandra West Jefferies joined PND in 2011 as a civil engineer after working for the firm as an intern. Jefferies earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from UAA, where she became the first UAA student to earn a US patent for her hydrokinetic fish grinding system. Raised on the Kenai Peninsula, Jefferies has excelled at PND as one of the company’s preeminent hydraulic and hydrologic specialists.

Corey Roche

Corey Roche joined PND in 2012 as a civil and structural engineer. Roche earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from UAA. Prior to his engineering career, Roche worked as a certified welder and heavy equipment operator for six years in rural Alaska. Roche provides structural design, planning, inspection, and construction administration services for PND on bridges, docks, marinas, roads, and other site-civil-related projects.

Tyler Bradshaw

Tyler Bradshaw joined PND in 2009 as a civil engineer. Bradshaw earned his engineering degree from Colorado State University after serving in the US Air Force in Iraq. Bradshaw has fifteen years of professional experience in project management, water/wastewater engineering, and civil design, with a focus on coastal utility systems and harbors. Bradshaw has designed, inspected, and administered construction for water, sewer, and fire suppression systems on more than twenty harbor and pier projects throughout Alaska.

Sean Sjostedt

Sean Sjostedt joined PND in 2011 as a civil engineer after earning a bachelor’s degree from the University of Idaho with an emphasis in geotechnical engineering. Raised in Cordova, Sjostedt specializes in geotechnical explorations and design, planning, and civil design in support of buildings, roadways, and marine/waterfront infrastructure, particularly in Southeast Alaska. Prior to his engineering career, Sjostedt worked in the commercial fishing and heavy civil construction industries in Cordova.

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