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Lee Bernson completed a baccalaureate degree in civil engineering in 1965. From there he worked as a Highway Engineer for the State of Colorado in Denver. In 1969 he was employed by Western Concrete Products Co. of Cadillac, Michigan and rose to the position of Executive Vice President. In 1976 he became co-owner of Mathisen Tree Farms, Inc. in Greenville, Michigan. Under his management, the Christmas tree and nursery . . .
Mr. Rob Petroelje is the founder and CEO of V3 Companies. He completed his baccalaureate degree in civil engineering at Michigan Tech and is a Registered Professional Engineer in a number of states. Following his graduation in 1974, Mr. Petroelje was employed by HNTB Corporation as a highway engineer on several interstate highway projects. In 1976, he joined McDonough Associates as a project engineer on the Chicago Tunnel . . .
Bonnie Klamerus'91, '83
Civil Engineering Graduate Was a Leader on Hoover Dam Bypass Alumna Bonnie Klamerus is winding down duties associated with the hardest work she’s ever done: being the structures manager for a new bridge, completed late last year, that spans the Colorado River and links Arizona and Nevada, a quarter of a mile downstream from the grand and storied Hoover Dam.