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Mr. Phillip V. Frederickson came to Michigan Tech from Alma, Michigan and earned a baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1960. He is Chairman-CEO of Christman Company of Lansing, a construction firm founded in 1894 that provides construction and program management, general contracting, design build, and real estate development services. Phil began his career with Christman Company as a project engineer in 1967. . . .
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 . . .
Dr. Damoder "Pat" Reddy received his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1958 from Osmania University in India. Subsequently, he served two years as a public works engineer. He enrolled in Michigan Tech's graduate school in 1960 and earned a masters degree in civil engineering in 1962. He served on the Michigan Tech Civil Engineering Faculty as a structural engineering instructor from 1962-1963, . . .
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