Ewart Earns Young Engineer Award for Professional Achievement


Ewart Earns Young Engineer Award for Professional Achievement

Bradford L. Ewart II, PE, Regional Office Manager for SME's Lansing office, has been awarded the ASCE Lansing-Jackson Branch's first ever Young Engineer Award for Professional Achievement.

The award recognizes an ASCE member younger than the age of 35 who has significant professional achievements to their credit. The recipient is someone who demonstrates several characteristics:

  • Service to the advancement of the profession;
  • Evidence of technical competence, high character and integrity
  • Leadership in the development of younger member attitudes toward the profession
  • Contributions to public service outside of their professional career;
  • Other evidence of merit, which in the judgment of the Award Selection Committee shall have advanced the Society's objectives.

Brad is experienced in geotechnical engineering services, performing geotechnical engineering evaluations, deep foundation design, instrumented auger cast pile load testing, settlement design/investigations, and vibration monitoring studies for healthcare applications. He also has experience with construction materials services, providing field verification of soil conditions for auger cast piles, intermediate foundation systems, rammed aggregate piers, and shallow foundation systems. Brad has a BS in Civil Engineering and is a registered Professional Engineer in both Michigan and Indiana.

In 2014, Brad received the ASCE Region 4 Daniel V. Terrell Award for Ethics for a paper he wrote. Brad is a member of the Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honor Society, the American Society of Civil Engineers, and the Michigan Section of the ASCE.


Debra K. Osuch
osuch@sme-usa.com / 734-454-9900