Joe Dietrick joins C&S’s Phoenix civil engineering practice
C&S is excited to welcome Joe Dietrick, P.E., to our Phoenix office. Joe brings significant depth to our civil engineering practice in the Southwest through his 37 years of experience with a wide variety of infrastructure projects. He manages projects related to site plans and subdivisions, highway and bridge design, hydraulic and hydrologic studies, stream enclosures, bridge inspections and construction inspections. He also prepares and reviews construction drawings, construction specifications, engineering reports studies, and stormwater management reports.
Joe previously served as director of engineering for the Municipality of Murrysville in Pennsylvania, where he was the project manager for the design and construction of the Murrysville Municipal Building and Murrysville Public Works Facility. He was responsible for the design and construction management of the municipal road paving and reconstruction program, and was lead engineer and lead surveyor for Palmer Place subdivision, a project completed for golf legend Arnold Palmer.
Joe is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and is a licensed professional engineer and professional land surveyor in several states and a Certified Professional in Stormwater Quality. Before moving to Arizona Joe was president of his local chapter of the American Society of Highway Engineers, president of the the local chapter of the Pennsylvania Society of Land Surveyors, chairman of the Latrobe Industrial Development Authority, vice-chairman of the board of directors of the Westmoreland Conservation District, and executive secretary of the Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts.
Contact Joe at firstname.lastname@example.org or (602) 997-7536