Michael Sheleheda, P.E.
Vice President & Monroeville Office Lead
CEC is pleased to announce that Michael Sheleheda, P.E., Vice President, has moved into the role of Office Lead for CEC Monroeville. Michael started in his new role on February 1, taking over for Dave Olson, P.G.
Dave had been in the role since the launch of the office’s operations in 2001. He will continue in a leadership capacity at CEC as a vice president while working with Michael on a seamless transition into the office lead role. We thank Dave for his many years of leadership and service to the office.
With more than 22 years of experience at CEC, Michael specializes in both civil and geotechnical engineering. He has served as the lead engineer for various projects, including commercial, residential, retail, and industrial/warehouse developments in both the private and public sectors. He is a registered Professional Engineer in 15 states and has provided knowledge in various aspects of engineering, including foundation design and construction, earthwork, retaining walls, landslides, erosion and sedimentation control, stormwater management, land development planning, permitting, Americans with Disabilities Act compliance, construction, and quality control/assurance.
Michael is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Geoprofessional Business Association, the Industrial Asset Management Council, and the International Council of Shopping Centers. He received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from The Pennsylvania State University and a master’s degree in civil (geotechnical) engineering from the University of Michigan.
About CEC Monroeville
CEC Monroeville’s growing team consists of engineers, scientists, ecologists, geologists, hydrogeologists, GIS specialists, and field technicians. We offer a broad spectrum of civil engineering, geotechnical engineering, ecological, geologic, hydrogeologic, environmental, risk assessment, and construction-related services serving natural gas, real estate, solid waste, manufacturing, mining, power, and public sector industries.
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