22 Feb Thompson Employee Named MACE Young Engineer of the Year
Thompson Employee Named MACE Young Engineer of the Year
POSTED ON 02/22/19
MOBILE –Thompson Engineering, a multi-disciplined engineering firm with offices in seven states throughout the Southeast, is pleased to announce that Abdulai Abdul-Majeedhas been named the Mobile Area Council of Engineers (MACE) 2019 Young Engineer of the Year.
Majeed is a transportation engineer licensed in Texas, Mississippi, and Louisiana and is certified as a Professional Traffic Operation Engineer (PTOE). Majeed earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi, Ghana. He earned a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Alabama and joined Thompson Engineering upon graduation.
Majeed was a co-principal research engineer in the development of the Alabama Department of Transportation Roundabout Design Manual used by practitioners and policymakers in implementing roundabouts in the State of Alabama. He serves as the technical lead in traffic operations at Thompson and has worked on numerous roadway projects in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Florida.
Selection for a MACE award is based on notable professional achievements and responsibilities, and the Young Engineer of the Year award must be a licensed PE age 35 or younger. MACE is an umbrella organization made up of the various Professional Engineering Societies in the area like the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and many others.
Thompson Engineering is an employee-owned, multi-disciplined engineering firm headquartered in Mobile, Ala. Since 1953, Thompson Engineering has earned its reputation of engineering excellence with leadership in projects that define skylines, coastlines and transportation lines.