The Civil Engineering Advisory Board commits to sharing its professional experience as practitioners and leaders for the purpose of providing expert guidance to LTU in the education of engineers, ultimately supporting the University’s overall Mission and Vision. The Board meets regularly with LTU faculty to discuss current needs and future trends in the Civil Engineering industry, advising on best industry practices, technology, areas of industry growth, curriculum, outreach, and opportunities for the professional community to engage with students for their continuous success.
LTU’s Civil Engineering programs will be nationally and internationally recognized for rigorous emphasis on engineering fundamentals, innovative research, and challenging hands-on learning projects that are delivered in a progressive, multicultural environment. The Board’s contribution results in an exceptionally well-prepared, diverse generation of engineers capable of independent learning, practical application, and global leadership to improve their communities, our profession, and society.
Advisory Board Members
The Civil Engineering Advisory Board (CEAB) is led by David Ruby, Chair, and Cheryl Gregory, Vice-Chair. As leaders in the civil engineering community, the eminent board members listed below have provided leadership and guidance to the civil engineering program over most of the previous decade.
|Brian Biasutto (BSCE '86)
Director of CMT Services
McDowell & Associates
|Remo Mastroianni, P.E., LEED AP (BSCE '81)
|Mark Chaput, P.E. (BSCE '87)
Deputy Director, Bureau
of Field Services, MDOT
|John Raimondo, P.E. (BSCE '91)
Corporate Director, Director International Operations
|Matthew Chynoweth, P.E.
Deputy Metro Region Engineer
|Charles J. Roarty, Jr., P.E.
Senior Vice President
NTH Consultants, Ltd.
|Suzanne R. Coffey, P.E. (BSCE '92)
Chief Planning Officer
Detroit Water & Sewerage Department
|William Rohleder, Jr., P.E., S.E.
Senior Vice President & Project Development
|James J. Cole, Jr., AIC, CPC, LEED AP (BSCE '78)
David I. Ruby, P.E., S.E., F. ASCE, SECB