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Coffman Engineers Congratulates New PE

Dec 8, 2021 | Engineering, Right Moves

Right Moves with Mary Dempsey

An employee of Coffman Engineers has achieved her Professional Civil Engineering (PE) licenses in Alaska and California.

Mary Dempsey graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in chemical engineering and holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. Before joining Coffman in 2020, Dempsey worked in civil land development in Washington, planning neighborhoods and stormwater systems. She returned to Anchorage to lead a ConocoPhillips grind and truck dump project.

At Coffman, Dempsey leads industrial projects in the project management department. Dempsey is also part of Alyeska Pipeline Service Company’s Systems Integrity team working on a facility corrosion integrity monitoring project.

To become a PE, engineers must complete a college degree, work under a Professional Engineer for at least four years, pass fundamental competency exams, and earn a license from the state licensure board.

Coffman, with 600 employees at nineteen offices across the US, offers deep and scalable multidiscipline engineering services including civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, fire protection, and other specialties.

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