The Engineering Society of Baltimore (ESB) presented Drew McTygue, PE, CDT, with the Young Engineer of the Year Award for 2017 at its annual Honor Awards Dinner. McTygue, a transportation project engineer based in Gannett Fleming’s Baltimore office, is responsible for the design and management of transit projects, highways, parking lots, and roadways.
McTygue currently provides project management services for the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA). He led various BaltimoreLink bus transfer and layover facility projects, including the Maryland Area Regional Commuter’s West Baltimore Bus Transfer Facility, which received the Maryland Quality Initiative’s 2018 MTA Administration Award for Projects Under $5 million. He served as a transportation engineer and provided constructability reviews, construction staging, and access planning for the Baltimore Red Line initiative, a $2.9-billion project to improve system connectivity, transportation choices, and mobility in the city.
McTygue earned a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Maryland and is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. He is also a member of the American Society of Highway Engineers – Chesapeake Section, the organization that nominated McTygue for the award as an associate society of the ESB.