Welcome our 2016 Interns!

AHBL welcomes five interns to our Tacoma and Seattle offices. This year our interns will be working in our civil and structural engineering departments.

Joe Jesse joins our civil engineering division in Tacoma. He will graduate from Gonzaga University in 2018. He grew up in Tacoma, and was drawn to AHBL because of our reputation as a well-known, local engineering firm.

Matt Whittlesey returns to AHBL for a second summer in Tacoma as an intern in our civil division. He will graduate from the University of Washington in 2017. As a second year intern, he is looking forward to being even more involved on projects, and hopes to better his understanding of engineering as it applies in a real world setting.

Bonnie Ng joins the Tacoma office in our structural engineering division. She earned a BS in civil engineering from the University of Florida in 2013 and a Master’s in structural engineering from the University of California, San Diego in December of 2015. She is a Florida native, but is excited about living in the Pacific Northwest. She is looking forward to learning as much about structural engineering as possible, and hopes to build a solid foundation that will help her hit the ground running after her internship.

Chelsea Teigen has been with us since April of this year, and is interning as a structural CAD/ Revit technician in our Tacoma office. She is attending South Puget Sound Community College, and will graduate in the spring of 2017. She is looking forward to learning from her colleagues, and will continue to work as an intern through the 2016-17 school year.

Kelly Kobashigawa joins the civil engineering division in our Seattle office. She earned her BS in mechanical engineering from the University of Washington in 2015, and will graduate with a Master’s in civil engineering from the UW in December of this year. She is from Peoria, Arizona and was interested in AHBL because of the wide variety of projects we work on. Through her internship, she hopes to gain a better perspective of where her career in engineering can take her.

We are thrilled to have these five join us, and look forward to helping them establish a firm understanding and passion for engineering.

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