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William Saul

'61, '55

Dr. William E. Saul, a 1955 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is a Professor and Past Chairman of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Michigan State University. After receiving his baccalaureate, he worked for Shell Oil Company before returning to Michigan Tech to obtain a M.S. in civil engineering in 1961. He earned a doctorate in civil engineering at Northwestern University in 1964. Dr. . . .

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Thomas Kaderabek

'73, '74

Thomas Kaderabek completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1973 and his master’s degree in civil engineering in 1974 with an emphasis in geotechnical engineering.   He started his career with Law Engineering Testing Co. in Coral Gables, Florida as a Staff Engineer advancing to Senior Geotechnical Engineer.  In 1982 he co-founded KBC Consultants, Inc. (later known as Kaderabek & . . .

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Steven Williams

'73, '73

Mr. Steven Williams completed his baccalaureate and master's degree in civil engineering from Michigan Tech in 1973. He is currently a Principal with Williams & Works, Inc., a professional engineering firm headquartered in Grand Rapids. After completing his graduate degree, Mr. Williams was employed by Howard Needles Tammen and Bergendoff, an international consulting engineering firm, in its Milwaukee office. . . .