APWA Certifies 10 Public Infrastructure Inspectors
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American Public Works Assn.
American Public Works Association CPII Certified Infrastructure Inspector

A total of 250 U.S. and Canadian professionals have received the certification

The American Public Works Assn. (APWA) announced that 10 public works professionals have recently earned their professional credential as Certified Public Infrastructure Inspector (CPII). Since the inception of the APWA certification in public infrastructure inspection, a total of 250 U.S. and Canadian professionals have received the CPII certification. The purpose of the certification is to promote quality infrastructure by advancing the knowledge and practice of construction inspection to benefit communities and public agencies.

“The CPII is intended for public works professionals that inspect the construction of public infrastructure and facilities, as well as other types of construction work and materials to ensure compliance with plans and specifications,” said APWA Executive Director Peter B. King. “The latest group of CPIIs have demonstrated a high level of expertise, and all are to be commended on their APWA certification achievement.”

The most recent APWA Certified Public Infrastructure Inspectors include:

  • • Philip Platt, CPII, Platt Pacific Co., Sonoma, Calif.;
  • • Mark Skogen, CPII, Widseth, Smith, Nolting & Associates Inc., Baxter, Minn.;
  • • Curtis Glasscock, CPII, Parkhill, Smith and Cooper Inc., El Paso, Texas;
  • • Jonathan Nolan, CPII, City of O’Fallon, O’Fallon, Ill.;
  • • Dennis Alsup, CPII, Lamb-Star Engineering, L.P., Plano, Texas;
  • • Beth Stoddard, ENG, CPII, City of Aurora, Aurora, Colo.;
  • • Vicente Bazan, CPII, Parkhill, Smith & Cooper Inc., El Paso, Texas;
  • • Jonathan Nero, CPII, Village of Bloomingdale, Bloomingdale, Ill.;
  • • Steve Lazar, CPII, Calleguas Municipal Water District, Thousand Oaks, Calif.; and
  • • Gregory Sabbe, CPII, Calleguas Municipal Water District, Thousand Oaks, Calif.

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