Michael Baker Celebrates National Engineers Week

February 27, 2017

Firm honors contributions of engineers on society by highlighting its people and projects

Last week, Michael Baker International celebrated National Engineers Week by highlighting our people and projects that make a difference in the communities where we live and work. It’s easy to see how our engineers help to make Michael Baker a great partner to our clients and a great place to work for our colleagues.
Check out our National Engineers Week social media posts by searching the hashtag #EngineersMakeaDifference and exploring our Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram channels.


Meet Naven, a civil engineer in Michael Baker’s Dallas office. A typical day on the job for him includes “completing tasks for storm sewer design for highways, addressing any Requests for Information (RFIs) on current or previous design projects, and developing or reviewing hydraulic models for stream crossings across highways.”


Meet Adriana, an engineer in Michael Baker’s Irvine office. To her, the most rewarding part about working as an engineer at Michael Baker is the people and the environment. “The work we do is challenging, but together we achieve great things and create some great experiences.”


The design and construction of the Hoan Bridge in Milwaukee is one of Michael Baker’s most significant engineering projects. The firm developed preliminary and final roadway and structure designs for the reconstruction of the bridge and rehabilitation of the connecting roadways, which carry 42,000 vehicles per day.


Michael Baker International prepared plans, specifications and estimate for roadway, structure, traffic and drainage design of a 3.8-mile segment of the SR-91 Westbound Widening in Los Angeles, California.