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WGI’s Dylan Albergo is Tampa’s Young Engineer Of The Year!
The FES Young Engineer of the Year Award is an opportunity to distinguish an up-and-coming leader. The award honors an FES member who is 34 years of age or younger that best exemplifies the ideal image of the young engineer. WGI’s Dylan Albergo is a professional engineer who exemplifies just that.
Dylan specializes in bridge design and thrives in the design-build world where he has successfully been a part of multiple $100M+ transportation projects.
As a part of WGI, he is responsible for providing project management, technical expertise, and client services for complex infrastructure projects. His project experience includes the design of curved steel box/plate girder and prestressed concrete beam bridges, lead structural engineer on accelerated push-button contracts, and project manager for specialized CSI projects.
Dylan takes remaining active within the engineering community very seriously. He was president of the ASCE West Coast Branch Younger Member Group and won Young Engineer of the Year for that chapter in 2017. He was then appointed to the Florida Board of Professional Engineers in 2018 by then-Governor Rick Scott. On the Board, Mr. Albergo has been heavily involved in rulemaking and on various committees such as Probable Cause, rules, experience, and education.
Dylan also serves on the Bylaws Committee of ACEC-FL, and most recently, was awarded the 2019 FES Tampa Chapter Young Engineer of the Year award.
In addition to taking a hands-on role in the engineering community, Dylan is an active member at his church and as a dedicated supporter of our military and first responders, he serves on the board of Walking with Warriors. He holds a BS in civil engineering from Florida State University and Master’s degree in structural engineering from the University of Florida. Dylan resides in Tampa, Florida with his wife Grace.
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