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Working around the world in a variety of fields
From building the Gateway Arch to helping people in developing nations gain access to safe water and sanitation, we’re not exaggerating when we say that civil, architectural and environmental engineering graduates are changing the world for the better.
Mike McEvilly: A natural leader
Whether he’s working on a deep-water offshore development in the Gulf of Mexico or helping S&T produce top-notch engineers, McEvilly, is a natural leader.
Eric Potts: Urban cowboy
The Texas transplant and retired Army colonel has lived all over the world. But it wasn’t until he landed in the Lone Star State that he learned to tell an Angus from a Charolais.
Jack Wright, CE’61, worked for MacDonald Construction, the company that was awarded the contract for construction of the Arch in March 1962.
Fresh out of school, Wright worked on surveying and helped ensure quality control throughout the project. He says that the $13 million project was not just a job, it was a learning experience for everyone involved.