MFA Senior Engineer Wins Prestigious National Award
Stacy Frost, a senior engineer at Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc. (MFA) in Vancouver, WA, has won the Edmund Friedman Young Engineer Award for Professional Achievement from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Originally from Hermiston, OR, and now living in Vancouver, WA, Frost has been connected with the ASCE since his undergraduate studies at Oregon State University. During his involvement with ASCE, Frost helped establish the Young Member Forum, became the President of the Oregon Section, and more recently served as one of the society’s region governors. When hearing the news of the award, Jim Maul, President of MFA, remarked:
Stacy is a dedicated civil engineer and an asset to MFA. We are proud of his outstanding achievement and look forward to his effective and distinguished future contributions.
With 11 years of experience in civil engineering, Frost has been heavily involved in commercial, residential, light industrial, heavy industrial, and port development. His work is evident in Clark County, where he has been involved with award-winning projects such as the Vancouver Hilton, the Vancouver Community Library, and the Port of Vancouver Terminal 5 development.
Frost’s receipt of this national award emphasizes his high level of participation in his profession and community. Frost explained, “I have been on several nonprofit boards, including the Bridge Meadows organization. I also volunteer with two local school districts—Vancouver’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) program and Evergreen’s pre-engineering advisory committee.”
This is not the first award for Stacy—he received a 2012 Oregon Stater Award for Outstanding Early Career Engineers from the Oregon State University College of Engineering. In 2006, Frost was awarded both the Oregon ASCE Section’s Oregon Young Engineer of the Year award and the Vancouver Business Journal Accomplished & Under 40 award.
Frost is holding true to the vision of ASCE: “Civil engineers are global leaders building a better quality of life.” We look forward to his continuing to make this vision a reality.
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