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Ali Catik

'76

Ali Catik received his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1976.  After graduation, he began a career in building heavy civil infrastructure projects.  He pursued graduate work at Wharton Business School and Columbia School of Business in executive education and management to complement his technical engineering knowledge and advance his career in the construction industry.  He has maintained professional . . .

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Robert Wylie

'47

Mr. Robert C. Wylie, a 1947 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is Retired President of the Wisconsin Valley Improvement Company in Wausau, Wisconsin, serving in many capacities for the Company for over 40 years. The Wisconsin Valley Improvement Company is a private organization that operates a system of 21 storage reservoirs on the Wisconsin River for the purpose of stream control, regulation and augmentation, . . .

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Ronald Pasquinelli

'59

Ronald Pasquinelli completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering at Michigan Tech in 1959 and later earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Golden Gate University. In 1960 Mr. Pasquinelli was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Navy Civil Engineering Corp. During his military service he was a project manager and company commander with U.S. Naval Construction Forces in the western Pacific. . . .