After months of intense study, hard work, and skilled time management, seven Toole Design engineers received word this week that they successfully passed the Professional Engineering Principles and Practice (PE) exam! We’re proud of their dedication and talent and celebrate their accomplishment as they move toward licensure.
- Clea Baumhofer, Baltimore MD
- Sheila Borkar, Silver Spring MD
- Megan McCarty Graham, Silver Spring MD
- Emily Koehle, Silver Spring MD
- Tim Parker, Spartanburg SC
- Sara Rauwolf, Oakland CA
- Joel Shaffer, Oakland CA
“Passing the PE exam is a monumental step in an engineer’s career, and represents hard-earned recognition by your peers of your knowledge, competence, and problem-solving abilities in your chosen practice area,” said Melany Alliston-Brick, P.E., Civil Engineering Practice Director, North America. “For our new Professional Engineers, it is a commitment to protecting public health, safety, and welfare; engaging in lifelong education; and upholding the highest professional and ethical standards.”
At Toole Design, we are especially proud to employ women engineers at three times the national average for transportation engineering. Over 44% of our 61 engineering professionals are women, as well as 40% of our licensed professional engineers. With a diverse range of skills and perspectives on public space and street design, Toole Design’s engineering team is leading the practice towards safer, sustainable mobility for people of all ages and abilities.
Help us congratulate our successful PE examinees, who are ready to apply their skills towards more groundbreaking work that moves people.