CES Project Manager Named 2019 Young Civil Engineer of the Year

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BREWER – CES, Inc., a Maine-headquartered firm of engineers, environmental scientists, and land surveyors, is proud to announce that Alfred “Chip” Haskell III, PE was honored recently as the Maine Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers Young Civil Engineer of the Year for 2019.


The Maine Section ASCE honored Haskell at its May 22 meeting in Gray, Maine at the Spring Meadows Golf Course.


“Chip’s enthusiasm and expertise have helped clients open Maine’s rural landscape to new recreational opportunities like the Penobscot River Trails and Schoodic Woods Campground,” said Engineering Division Director and Executive Vice President Travis Noyes, PE. “Since joining CES a decade ago, Chip’s abilities have steadily progressed by working with his colleagues, regulators and project partners to reach success.  We are immensely proud that Chip’s work is recognized among his peers and congratulate him on this achievement.”


Haskell received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Maine in 2008 and became a licensed professional engineer in the State of Maine in 2013 and a Project Manager at CES in 2018.


CES, Inc. provides engineering and environmental consulting and land surveying services to clients across the country.  In business since 1978, CES employs over 100 professionals across seven offices located in Maine and one in Fort Myers, Florida. Learn more at www.cesincusa.com.