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WGI’s Dylan Albergo Reappointed to the Florida Board Of Professional Engineers
WGI’s Dylan Albergo has been re-appointed to the Florida Board of Professional Engineers. Dylan was originally appointed to the Board by former Governor Rick Scott in 2018, and this appointment by Governor Ron DeSantis will officially extend his term.
With almost 44,000 active licensed engineers in the state of Florida, FBPE is committed to protecting the interest of public health and safety by properly regulating the practice of engineering in the state.
As a Project Engineer with WGI’s Transportation group, Dylan is responsible for providing project management, technical expertise, and client services for complex infrastructure projects.
Dylan is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Florida Engineering Society, and was named the American Society of Professional Engineers West Coast Branch 2018 Young Engineer of the Year. Albergo earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Florida State University and his master’s degree in structural engineering from the University of Florida.
In addition to taking a hands-on role in the engineering community, Dylan is an active member in his church, and as a dedicated supporter of our military and first responders, he serves on the board of Walking with Warriors.
His position on the board has provided great exposure for WGI and has been a valuable resource for the company in terms of updates for new rules and guidance for licensure. Congratulations Dylan!
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