Becker Morgan Group announced that Christopher D. Duke was named 2018 Young Engineer of Year by the Delaware Council of Engineering Societies.
“We are extremely proud of Chris and his accomplishments, he is a true asset to our firm and our community,” said Gregory V. Moore, vice president and principal of Becker Morgan Group.
Candidates for Young Engineer of the Year are nominated by one of the various professional engineering societies in Delaware and selected by the Past Presidents’ Council of the Delaware Engineering Society based on educational achievements; professional and technical society activities; civic, political and humanitarian activities; competence; and engineering and professional achievements.
Duke is a senior associate with Becker Morgan Group and oversees the daily operations and management of the firm’s Newark office. He is involved in various professional and civic organizations throughout the industry and community. Duke is the American Council of Engineering Companies of Delaware Secretary, the Delaware Engineering Society Secretary, an adjunct professor at the University of Delaware in the Civil Engineering Department and a member of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce serving on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and as co-chair of the Young Professionals Network.
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