PRLog - Oct. 19, 2013 - Clark Nexsen is pleased to announce that Allyson Monsour, PE, in the Norfolk office, recently earned her Professional Engineer License in Virginia. The PE license is the engineering profession’s highest standard of competence, recognizing achievement and serving as an assurance of quality.
Allyson Monsour, PE
Allyson is a civil engineer with seven years of experience. She works on the land development team at Clark Nexsen, providing site development design in its entirety and specializing in stormwater management design for university, commercial, city, and federal developments. Allyson has also conducted geographic information system (GIS) fieldwork on many U.S. military bases.
She served as a civil engineer on the Science and Engineering/
Allyson attended Old Dominion University where she was an active member of the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). In 2007, she graduated Magna Cum Laude from ODU, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Minor in Engineering Management. Upon graduation, Allyson was awarded the Faculty Award in Civil and Environmental Engineering.
She met the eligibility requirements needed to take the Principles and Practice Engineering exam by graduating from an accredited four year engineering program, and having four years of professional experience under a licensed professional engineer.
About Clark Nexsen
Clark Nexsen is an integrated design firm providing architecture, engineering, planning, and interior design services to a broad range of sectors, including higher education, government, commercial, science + technology, healthcare, office, recreational, and manufacturing. In 2013, Architect magazine ranked the firm 11th in the Top 50 firms in the nation and Building Design + Construction magazine ranked Clark Nexsen in the Engineering/