PEGASUS Award

PEGASUS Award

Deadline: March 31
 
2013 PEGASUS NOMINATION FORM

The Professional Engineers in Government is administering the annual PEGASUS Award program. The Professional Engineer in Government Achievement and Service in the United States Award recognizes the engineer who has made the most outstanding contribution to the advancement and practice of engineering. The PEGASUS award will honor a registered professional engineer employed by a state, regional, county, special district, or municipal government.

 

PEGASUS Award

2013 PEGASUS
Tracy Davis, P.E., Raleigh, NC

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Tracy Davis, P.E.Davis, who serves as the Director of the Division of Energy, Mineral, and Land Resources for the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources has a strong and ongoing commitment to the environmental engineering profession, from both a technical and leadership perspective. In his work with the same environmental department for over 25 years, he has proactively been engaged in improving engineering practices and processes in several state regulatory programs, while reaching consensus with boards and commissions, legislators, and various state, federal and local stakeholders. He has also worked tirelessly to promote the practice of engineering, both in recruitment and retention of engineering positions within his agency and Department and in working with the NC Office of State Personnel to more appropriately classify and compensate engineers, engineering supervisors and engineering managers across all of NC state government. Davis has been involved with his local and state chapters of the Professional Engineers of North Carolina to promote state government engineer membership as well as spearheading professional development through online webinars for the membership statewide.

Deadline: 
Monday, March 31, 2014
Award or Scholarship?: 
Award