Belize’s Gregory Moguel selected as one of the Top Young Professionals in the construction industry Print E-mail
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Friday, 07 April 2017 00:00

Parents Gregory Sr. and Sheila Moguel are proud to announce that their son, Gregory Jr., has earned top honors in Engineering.

Gregory G. Moguel, PE, ENV SP, NACE CIP II (Virginia Beach, Va.) had been selected as one of the Top Young Professionals by Engineering News-Record MidAtlantic.

The Top Young Professionals competition was formerly known as Top 20 Under 40. The competition honors professionals in the construction industry. These professionals display outstanding assests, such as leadership in their respective fields of construction and design. They even volunteer their time to give back to their communities. Moguel volunteers for the Virginia Water Environment Association, setting policy for stormwater management, planning conferences, and helping to clean up the Chesapeake Bay. He even serves as a celebrity reader and science fair judge at a local elementary school.

Moguel is a construction services project manager for Gannett Fleming and leads the design and construction of water and wastewater infrastructure. He has now been with the firm for 10 years. “Greg wants to be fully engaged in the field, managing contractors and being hands-on with the project, which makes him an especially valuable asset,” said Raymond S. Deering, CCM, DBIA, the Virginia Construction Services area manager. “He is truly multi-talented.”

Moguel’s works include a broad range of projects such as the Norchester Street Pump Station replacement, North Carolina bridge coating inspections, engineering services in Virginia, main water and sewer rehabilitation and replacement, and Virgina Booster Pump Station construction.

Moguel graduated with an associate degree in applied science from the University of Belize as well as a Bachelor of Science from the University of North Florida. Moguel, a registered engineer in Virginia, is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Water Works Association, and the Water Environment Federation.