KDOT Engineer Celebrates 30 Year’s of Service

KSCB News - June 19, 2018 6:20 pm

Mike Pittman, District Construction and Materials Engineer, will celebrate 30 years with the Kansas Department of Transportation in July.

Mike graduated from Woodward High School in Woodward, OK, attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University and graduated from Oklahoma State University with a B.S. degree in civil engineering.  After working in his family’s survey business, he began his KDOT career in 1988 as a Civil Engineer in the Liberal construction office.  He was promoted to Area Engineer and relocated to Dodge City in 1995.  In 2001, he was named acting District Construction and Materials Engineer and was officially promoted to District Construction and Materials Engineer in the Garden City district office in 2002.

In his current position, Pittman is responsible for approving mix designs, assisting district construction offices, interpreting project plans and specifications, mediating disputes between construction personnel and contractors, and performing field checks and final inspections of KDOT projects.

 

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