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Mr. Melvin (Ernie) Orchard, a 1949 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is Retired President of Orchard, Hiltz, and McCliment, Inc., a Livonia, Michigan based consulting firm. Upon graduation, he began his engineering career with the Wayne County Health Department. Over the next few years, he broadened his experience working as Superintendent of the Water and . . .
Mr. Burd Hikes, a 1949 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech, is the retired president of Lakeside Equipment Corporation. Burd began his career as a sanitary engineer with the Pacific Flush Tank Company. In 1959, he became vice president of Lakeside Engineering Corporation and was elected president in 1970, a position he has held until his recent retirement. . . .
Michigan Tech is known as a very successful engineering university. It is also known for its male-dominated population. Despite the fact that women are a minority on Tech's campus, it is clear that they, like men, can find success, even in the field of engineering. Amy Trahey, a 1994 civil engineering graduate of Michigan Tech is living proof of this fact. . . .