Gresham, Smith and Partners is pleased to announce that Devon Seal, P.E., ENV SP, a senior environmental engineer in the firm’s Water + Environment market, was recognized by the Ohio Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE). Seal received the Uncommon Engineer Award from OSPE as well as from the Franklin County Chapter of OSPE. The Uncommon Engineer Award honors distinguished service to the engineering profession; devotion and commitment to the state society and local chapter; high standards of professionalism; and mentorship and teamwork.
“The Uncommon Engineer Award celebrates engineers who have shown commitment and service to the profession as well as exhibit exceptional teamwork. It is no wonder that Devon was selected for this award,” commented Al Pramuk, chairman and CEO, Gresham, Smith and Partners. “She is passionate about our work, our clients and our team.”
Seal’s experience includes regulatory compliance audits, water quality services, environmental site assessments, spill prevention control and countermeasure plans, environmental management systems, air emissions inventories, industrial cleaning and deicer management assistance. She continues to advance aviation environmental research, recently contributing to ACRP Report 166: Interpreting the Results of Airport Water Monitoring.
Since joining GS&P in 2003, she has been a tremendous asset to firm. In 2010 Seal earned the firm’s Edgar Powers Jr. Memorial Award, which recognizes leadership in the application of technology. She was named an owner in 2017. Seal is consistently acknowledged for her achievements and dedication to the industry. In 2017 she was presented the Engineers Foundation of Ohio President’s Award, OSPE’s Meritorious Service Award and the OSPE Franklin County Chapter Meritorious Service Award and was named one of Engineering News-Record Midwest’s 2017 Top Young Professionals. In 2011 OSPE recognized her as the Young Engineer of the Year.