The CCE Capstone Advisory Panel serve as industry advisors to the school's senior-level design course sequence, CE 418 and  CE 419. The objective of the courses is to guide students through the design of a civil engineering project, such as intersections, bridges, and buildings.

At the beginning of the capstone design course, students are divided into teams of four and are assigned an industry-sponsored, real-world engineering design problem. The CCE Capstone Advisory Panel provides guidance as to the structure of the course, and gives feedback to students at the midpoint and the completion of their projects. Learn more about the impact of the capstone course. For questions, or to get involved, contact Shane Brown, associate professor of engineering education.





  Ryan BakerRyan BakerMackenzie
  Thomas BaughmanThomas BaughmanMadden and Baughman
  joelle_bennet_hdrJoelle BennettCarollo Engineering
  Chris BugatoChris Brugato

Westech Engineering

  Andrey R. ChernishovAndrey R. Chernishov

HBH Consulting Engineers

  Chris ClemowChris ClemowClemow and Associates
  James DarnellJames DarnellODOT
   Mike EllerMike Eller Jacobs
  Ashan FernandoODOT
  Vidal FrancisVidal FrancisODOT
  henderson_jordanJordan HendersonPlan B Consulting
  darren_hippenstielDarren HippenstielKittleson and Associates
  Deanna KuhlmanDeanna KuhlmanMackenzie
  david_lintonDavid LintonMackenzie
  chris_martin_odotChris MartinU.S. Forest Service
  josh_mcdowellJosh McDowellMackenzie
   Geoff McGrawGeoff McGrawWard-Henshaw Construction
  javier_moncandaJavier MoncadaOTAK Engineering
  Bill NickelsBill NickelsFoundation Engineering
 Dennis PearsonJacobs
 Alex SimpsonHarper Houf Peterson Righellis Inc.
 Lainie StambaughPower Supply Engineering Services, Portland General Electric
 Spencer StraubPower Supply Engineering Services, Portland General Electric
  williams_shannonShannon WilliamsWSP-Parson Brinkerhoff
  yelton_bridgetBridget YeltonPower Supply Engineering Services