Mark Magalotti wins award from Engineers’ Society of W.Pa.

Mark Magalotti, professor of practice in civil and environmental engineering and assistant co-director of the Center for Sustainable Transportation Infrastructure, recently received the William Metcalf Award at its 135th annual Engineering Awards Banquet for the  Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania (ESWP).

The William Metcalf Award, named in honor of ESWP’s first president, recognizes an outstanding engineer who is a resident of the United States and whose field of engineering accomplishment relates to those normally associated with Western Pennsylvania, such as steel, aluminum, power, coal, electrical equipment, chemical, glass, construction, etc. Thirteen faculty or alumni of the University of Pittsburgh have received the Metcalf Award since its inception in 1963, representing more than a quarter of all awardees.