Provost & Pritchard Engineers Earn Professional Traffic Engineer Licenses
Press Release: December 23, 2020
FRESNO, CA: Provost & Pritchard Consulting Group is proud to announce that a pair of engineering professionals have reached a career milestone by passing the Professional Traffic Engineer Exam for the State of California. Jeff Dorn, from the firm’s Fresno office and Soo Ho Park, from the firm’s Visalia office, have passed the exam to become Provost & Pritchard’s first licensed traffic engineers.
Dorn and Park’s demonstrated knowledge and expertise in traffic engineering allows Provost & Pritchard to provide clients with traffic analysis, traffic impact studies, and traffic signal design services to improve the safety and efficiency of roadways and other modes of transportation.
“This is a great achievement for both Jeff and Soo Ho, and we are proud of them for this accomplishment,” said Ronald Samuelian, president of Provost & Pritchard.
Dorn has been with the firm since 2006 and has managed numerous local, state, and federally funded road projects for various cities and counties. His design experience includes geometric and pavement rehabilitation design of roads, ADA compliant design of pedestrian improvements such as sidewalks, curb ramps, drive approaches, trails, and mid-block crossings, water, sewer, and storm water system replacement, and coordination with Caltrans, railroads, and utility companies. He has been instrumental in providing design services for street widening and rehabilitation projects for cities such as Fresno, Tulare, and Patterson.
With over 10 years of experience in leadership, management and civil engineering, Park graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, and earned a master’s degree in civil engineering with a focus on transportation from the Missouri University of Science and Technology. He has experience with street, grading, and utility design, agency coordination, and preparing construction plans, specifications, and engineer’s estimates.
Jeff Dorn, PE, TE
Soo Ho Park, PE, TE