15 public works professionals earn CPII

| April 18, 2013

apwa logoFifteen public works professionals earned their credentials as Certified Public Infrastructure Inspectors (CPII) from the American Public Works Association (APWA) in March and April.

APWA Executive Director Peter B. King said the CPII gives recognition to those who earn it as “competent, experienced, and well-trained construction inspectors.”

The following public works inspectors earned their CPII in March or April:

  • Bruce Hall with the City of Lancaster in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • Joe Hamp with the City of Springfield in Springfield, Missouri
  • Nestor Santos with the City of McAllen in McAllen, Texas
  • Randy Cox with the City of West Des Moines in West Des Moines, Iowa
  • Ronald Perdue with City of Oceanside in Oceanside, California
  • Cornell Richardson with the Minnesota Department of Transportation in Golden Valley, Minnesota
  • Kyle Welte with Engineering Enterprises, Inc. in Sugar Grove, Illinois
  • Joseph Maze with the City of Portland in Portland, Oregon
  • Ronald Derrick with Gray and Osborne, Inc. in Seattle, Washington
  • Matthew Young with the City of Fairfield in Fairfield, Ohio
  • James Deatherage with the City of Grants Pass in Grants Pass, Oregon
  • Kyle Wallace with the City of Minneapolis in Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Thomas Hicks with the, City of O’Fallon in O’Fallon, Missouri
  • Robert Nash with the City of O’Fallon in O’Fallon, Missouri
  • Tom Legault with Anderson Penna Partners, Inc. in Newport Beach, California

For more information about the CPII Certification program, including the newly-available computer-based testing, contact Certification Manager Becky Stein at (816) 595-5212 or bstein@apwa.net.

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