News Story

Baltimore Names CEE Alumnus Public Works Director

Baltimore Names CEE Alumnus Public Works Director


Civil and Environmental Engineering Department's alumnus, David E. Scott, B.S. '85, CivE, and M.Eng. '00, has been named director of public works for the city of Baltimore. Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon made the appointment on Feb. 6 and it is pending a vote by the City Council.

Scott will leave his job as commissioner for public works for Atlanta, Ga, where he managed more than 900 employees, according to the Baltimore Sun. He is a native of Baltimore County.

As Baltimore's public works director, Scott will oversee public waste disposal, transportation and fleet services, the Sun reported.

Article credit: Missy Corley/ A. James Clark School

Photo credit: http://www.atlantaga.gov/client_resources/government/publicworks/dpw%20report.pdf

June 30, 2008


Prev   Next

Current Headlines

CEE Transportation Experts Receive ITS World Congress Award

CEE Faculty, Alumna Receive Emerald Research Methodology Award

UMD Engineers Answer Questions about Record-Breaking Harvey, Flooding

Staff Spotlight: Alan Santos

Wind Engineers Complete Proof of Concept for New Structural Design Method

Yao, Yang Receive Education Award from the American Chemical Society Division of Agrochemicals

QUEST Students Tackle Brisbane Ferry Challenge

Schonfeld, Ryzhov team up for NSF EAGER grant

News Resources

Return to Newsroom

Search News

Archived News

Events Resources

Events Calendar

Additional Resources

UM Newsdesk

Faculty Experts