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Category Archives: Young Engineer of the Year Recipients

Initiated in 1990 by the Young Members Forum of the Engineers’ Club of Philadelphia, the Young Engineer of the Year award is annually bestowed upon an outstanding engineer, 35 years of age or under, who has demonstrated leadership and has made a contribution to the engineering profession as well as contributions to charitable, civic and technical organizations. We recognize these past recipients of the Delaware Valley Young Engineer of the Year award. Full Listing »

2017 Delaware Valley Young Engineer of the Year Kazi M. Hassan, PE

Kazi Hassan is a transportation project engineer specializing in roadway design. He was born in Bangladesh and came to America at the age of 11.

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2016 YEOY: Daniel Sujo

Daniel Sujo was fortunate to have encouragement from his parents, both accountants, from an early age to study STEM subjects. With Spanish as his native language, Dan combined his love of science with his love of languages by studying English full-time for a year in an immersion program in Brighton, England. Enrolling at the Western […]

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2015 YEOY: Brian Mark Crookston, PhD, PE

Family is the top priority in Brian’s life. He recently celebrated his 12th wedding anniversary with his sweetheart Kelsi. He is the proud father of four children. His most favorite family pastimes are reading to his kids, outdoor activities, and cooking together. Brian’s sentiment is that “the privilege to work is a gift, the power […]

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2014 Delaware Valley Young Engineer of the Year: Philip M. Gonski, PE

Introduced in 1990 by the Engineers’ Club of Philadelphia, the annual Young Engineer of the Year award recognizes an outstanding engineer ( age 35 and under) who has demonstrated leadership and has contributed to the engineering profession as well as to charitable, civic and technical organizations. The Engineers’ Club is pleased to present the 25th […]

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2013 Delaware Valley Young Engineer of the Year: Alan Levy

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Originally from Hannibal, Missouri, Alan Levy grew up around Chemistry and Engineering. He determined early he wanted to be a Chemical Engineer, which he pursued at the University of Missouri’s Rolla campus; now Missouri University of Science and Technology.

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