SAN FRANCISCO — The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Construction Institute, recently awarded Bobbie Gilmour with the Outstanding Young Professional Award for 2020 at the 2022 ASCE Construction Institute Summit.
Awarded annually since 2019, the award recognizes young professionals and students for their service, integrity, and leadership in the industry. The 2020 ceremony was delayed due to COVID-19.
Bobbie joined Kennedy Jenks nine years ago as an intern, joining full-time in 2014. Since day one, she has made major contributions to numerous construction projects that improve sanitation throughout the Seattle and Tacoma areas including wastewater treatment plant expansions and a wet weather treatment station project.
In addition to her technical expertise, Bobbie is a co-lead of Kennedy Jenks’ Cornerstone Program, which is one of many Employee Resource Groups at KJ.
“It is a real honor to receive this award that recognizes my contributions,” said Bobbie. “This also demonstrates Kennedy Jenks’ commitment to the highest levels of expertise in the construction field. Kennedy Jenks has always supported my ASCE endeavors, and I cannot express how much I appreciate that support.”
Bobbie is based in Seattle; she is an Envision™ Sustainability Professional and a certified Construction Documents Technologist.
To learn more about the award from ASCE, click here.
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