Todd Nottingham awarded Professional Engineer's Service Award

PND Vice President Todd Nottingham, raised in Douglas, was awarded the Pile Driving Contractors Association Professional Engineer’s Service Award at the Association’s 16th Annual International Conference and Expo in Albuquerque, NM.

Nottingham attended Juneau-Douglas High School where he graduated in 1980. After earning his degrees, a bachelors and masters in civil engineering, from Montana State University he returned to Juneau and was hired by PND Engineers. Two of his three daughters were born in Juneau and his mother still lives in the area.

During his career with PND, Todd has provided engineering services for a number of marine civil projects, including the AJ Cruise Ship Dock, the AJ dock transfer bridge and the South Franklin tour ship dock. Currently, Nottingham resides in Washington state.

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