Born to Paul Ellsworth Zwoyer and Marie Susan (Britt) Zwoyer in Plainfield, NJ.
Serves in the U.S. Navy to lieutenant junior grade until 1946, receives honorable discharge as a lieutenant in U.S. Navy Reserve in 1956.
Marries Dorothy Lucille Seward on February 23.
Earns a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of New Mexico.
Achieves a Master of Science in civil engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Becomes a member of civil engineering faculty at the University of New Mexico until 1971.
Obtains a Doctor of Philosophy in engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Is the owner and consultant engineer of Eugene Zwoyer & Associates in Albuquerque, NM until 1971.
Serving the Univ. of New Mexico as a research prof. until 1971, becomes founding director of the U.S. Air Force Civil Eng. Research Facility until 1970.
Receives an Outstanding Engineer Award from the Albuquerque Chapter of the New Mexico Society for Professional Engineers.
Is executive director of the American Society of Civil Engineers until 1982.
Receives a Distinguished Alumnus Award in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois Alumni Alliance.
Is named to “One Who Served the Best Interests of the Construction Industry” by the Engineering News-Record.
Is president of the Amer. Assoc. of Engineering Societies until 1984 and vice president of the World Fed. of Engineering Orgs. Until 1986.
Receives a Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Engineering College of the University of New Mexico Alumni Association.
Serves T.Y. Lin International in San Francisco, CA as executive vice president, director and president until 1989.
Receives the Can-Am Civil Engineering Amity Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Receives an Award for Outstanding Professional Contributions and Leadership from the University of New Mexico School of Engineering.
Serves Polar Molecular Corp. in Saginaw, MI as treasurer, chief operating officer, director and executive vice president until 1992.
Is the owner of Eugene Zwoyer Consultant Engineer until retiring in 1992.