Alejandro Angel, PhD, PE, PTOE, ENV SP has been recognized by civil + structural ENGINEER magazine as a “Rising Star in Civil Engineering.” The annual program recognizes 10 civil engineering professionals, 40 years old or younger, who have shown “exceptional technical capability, leadership ability, effective teaching or research, or public service benefiting the civil engineering profession, their employers, project owners, and society.”
A principal, vice president, and current member of the board of directors, Alejandro oversees all Psomas engineering teams in Arizona and San Diego from his home base in Tucson. With expertise in both roadway and traffic engineering design, he’s been involved in the design of some of our largest highway and roadway projects. The youngest-ever principal at Psomas, Alejandro founded our traffic engineering team and, in addition to leading the traffic operations, he travels to Psomas offices across the Western U.S. to conduct traffic engineering training for employees.
As an adjunct faculty member at the University of Arizona he helped create and taught parts of an engineering course titled Integrated Highway Bridge Design Using LRFD Methodology. Alejandro was the transportation leader of a pro-bono team in charge of circulation and landscaping enhancements for the historic Iron Horse Neighborhood Improvement Plan in downtown Tucson.