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Public Works Director Fisher named Engineer of the Year
Posted on 02/24/2022
Director of Public Works Emily Fisher has been named Engineer of the Year by the Brazos Chapter of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers.

The award was presented Tuesday during the chapter's 70th annual banquet, which coincided with National Engineers Week.

Fisher earned the award based on the following criteria:
• Engineering and career achievements
• Civic, humanitarian, and social activities
• Professional and technical society activities
• Education and licenses

Fisher served as College Station's assistant director of capital projects for seven years before being named director of public works in December. She played an integral role overseeing construction of the new city hall, as well as Lick Creek Nature Center, expansion of Larry J. Ringer Library, and the College Station Police Department headquarters.

A previous TSPE Young Engineer of the Year, Fisher is currently enrolled in the organization's elite, signature Professional Engineer Leadership Institute.

"I'm truly grateful for receiving this award," Fisher said. "I work with a great team in a wonderful organization and this award wouldn't be possible without either."

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