KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI – JUNE 22, 2017 – Garver Project Manager Adam Stodola has been named a Fellow of the National Society of Professional Engineers, one of the highest honors given to a member of the organization founded in 1934.
Stodola, a member of Garver’s Transportation Team in its Kansas City, Missouri, office, has served NSPE since 2001 on the local, state, and national levels. Roughly one percent of NSPE members achieve this honor.
Stodola served as president of the Kansas Society of Professional Engineers in 2015-2016 and recently completed his term as past president. During his time with NSPE he has displayed “the highest ideals upon which the NSPE Fellow program was established – a strong record of unselfish service to his state and national society, a tireless commitment to excellence, and an enduring devotion to our profession,” according to a letter from NSPE.
“I firmly believe that it’s important to give back to your profession in some way and I have enjoyed investing time in both KSPE and NSPE as a way of doing just that,” Stodola said. “NSPE’s mission is to protect and enhance the value of licensure and the opportunities for the licensed engineer. I am proud to work for a firm that recognizes that mission by supporting my involvement in this important organization.”