Amy Canfield, P.E.
Canfield, a transportation engineer, plans and designs highway corridors. Her long term vision directly impacts present and future transportation infrastructure. She is currently involved in five highway corridor studies acting as Project Engineer in evaluating over 300 miles of highway in Wisconsin. Canfield also works with high school and college students to encourage them to pursue careers in engineering.
A transportation engineer, Amy Canfield, is currently the Project Manager in five highway corridor studies evaluating more than 300 miles of highway in Wisconsin. In addition to the planning and design, Canfield has led a series of meetings and workshops to build consensus for the U.S. 10 and WIS 114 corridor studies.
Amy is very active in encouraging young people to pursue a career in engineering. She is a frequent speaker at the Society of Women Engineers' "Engineering Tomorrow's Careers" summer camp for high school girls who are interested in engineering; acts as an advisor for high school and college students seeking information on the civil engineering field; and was the Co-Chair of the 2006 Great Lakes Regional, in which more than 350 students and faculty from 15 universities competed in Steel Bridge and Concrete Canoe competitions.
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