Harold D. Pritchett
220 Owen Hall
Office Phone: 
541-737-4934
Civil & Construction Engineering
Professor Emeritus

Education:

Degree of Engineer, Engineering Economic Planning,  Stanford University, 1965
M.S., Civil Engineering, Oregon State University, 1961
B.S., Civil Engineering, Oregon State University, 1957

Spotlight: 

Golden Beaver Award - Harold D. "Hal" Pritchett received one of the highest honors bestowed on U.S. engineers when he accepted the Golden Beaver Award at a Los Angeles awards ceremony on January 17, 2003. During his 45 years of involvement with the OSU College of Engineering, Hal has prepared more than a thousand students for construction careers, and hundreds of these individuals have risen to executive positions in large firms or formed their own contracting companies. Hal was instrumental in founding the CEM program at OSU which is regarded as one of the nation's premier programs and boasts a 100% placement record of its 1,200 graduates since it was started in 1969.

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Research Interests: 
Professor Pritchett's interests include engineering economy, engineering management and law; construction engineering management; project management for engineers; and time management.