TSPE Brazos Chapter Names LAN’s Kyle LeBlanc, P.E., as 2014 Young Engineer of the Year

(COLLEGE STATION – March 11, 2015) The Brazos Chapter of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE) named Kyle LeBlanc, P.E., as its 2014 Young Engineer of the Year at the Society’s 2015 annual banquet. The award, given by TSPE since 1970, recognizes individuals for their technical ability, professional achievements, and civic and humanitarian activities.

LeBlanc, who serves as a project manager for civil engineering firm Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. (LAN), has worked on numerous projects impacting the quality of life for the City of Bryan and surrounding areas. These include the City of Bryan’s Safe Routes to School Project, Snook Independent School District’s (ISD) campus addition and renovation, and the Brenham ISD Bond Program, which included additions and renovations to its middle school and construction of the new Alton Elementary School.

“The award is a tribute to Kyle LeBlanc’s outstanding service to the City of Bryan and the engineering industry in the last decade,” said Joseph Waterfield, P.E., LAN’s vice president and director of the firm’s Facilities Business Group.

LeBlanc holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Texas A&M University. He was an active member of the Texas A&M University Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Water Resources Association, where he served as secretary for two years while in school. He also served as the secretary of TSPE’s Brazos Chapter in 2013 and 2014 and currently serves as its president-elect. A registered professional engineer in Texas, LeBlanc also is certified as a LEED Green Associate.

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