Eric Frailing, PE, PTOE and transportation project engineer at MSA, was recently selected to receive the 2018 Wisconsin Young Professional Award by the Wisconsin Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE).
The award recognizes the outstanding achievements of transportation professionals under the age of 35 who have shown a dedication to transportation engineering and who are making significant contributions to the profession. Frailing was honored during the Wisconsin ITE Annual Meeting and banquet on December 5 in Johnson Creek, Wis. He was selected for his demonstrated passion, enthusiasm and knowledge related to transportation engineering, serving as an up-and-coming leader within the industry.
“Congratulations to Eric on this well-deserved award,” commented Mike Statz, chief operating officer at MSA. “His commitment to his profession, to the traffic engineering discipline and to the communities we serve is exemplary. MSA is fortunate to have him.”
Frailing became certified as a Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE) in August of 2018, one of the highest levels of licensing available in the Traffic Engineering field. His expertise lies in both conventional and roundabout intersection design, intersection control evaluation, safety and operational analysis, microsimulation modeling, project visualization, policy writing and review. Eric earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in Minnesota and Wisconsin and a member of the ITE.
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