Earns a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Idaho; Is a military officer in the U.S. Army until 1994.
Achieves a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Obtains a Doctor of Philosophy in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Becomes a professional engineer in the state of Virginia.
Is deputy district engineer for the U.S. Army Engineer District in King Khalid Military City, Saudi Arabia until 1985.
Is director of the Department of Military Engineering for the U.S. Army Engineer School in Fort Belvoir, VA until 1987.
Is district engineer for the U.S. Army Engineer District in Fort Worth, TX until 1989.
Serves as Fort Worth Post President of the Society of American Military Engineers until 1989.
Is assistant deputy chief of staff, engineer for the U.S. Army in Heidelberg, Germany until 1992.
Is a division engineer for the U.S. Army Engineer Missouri River Division in Omaha, NE until 1994.
Retires from the U.S. Army as Colonel; Teaches as an assistant and assoc. prof. of construction mgmt. at the University of Washington until 2002.
Is named Academic Engineer of the Year by the Puget Sound Engineering Council.
Serves as chairman of the Department of Construction Management at the University of Washington until 2014.
Serves as president of the Washington Society of Professional Engineers until 2008.
Is named Educator of the Year by the Mechanical Contractors Association of America; Is inducted into the National Academy of Construction.
Receives the Brian D. Dunfield Educational Service Award from AACE International.
Serves as dean of the College of Built Environments at the University of Washington until 2019.
Is named dean emeritus; Is a professor in the Department of Construction Management at the University of Washington until 2021.
Is named prof. emeritus and retires from the Univ. of Washington; Receives a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Associated Schools of Construction.
Receives a Legacy Award from the Engineering News-Record.