Mueller selected to latest Arkansas Academy of Civil Engineering class
Garver Transportation Team Leader Todd Mueller, PE, has been included among the most recent class of Arkansas Academy of Civil Engineering (AACE) inductees, all of whom were honored during the organization’s 40th anniversary.
Mueller joins 12 others in the organization’s latest class. Founded in 1980 by graduates of the University of Arkansas Civil Engineering Department, the AACE now has more than 200 active members who mentor, support, and work with students and faculty within the department.
“I’ve dedicated my career to improving infrastructure in communities throughout the state, and I wouldn’t have been able to do it without the education and guidance I received at the university,” Mueller said. “It’s an honor to join this class of distinguished colleagues and to be able to support the department that prepared me for this career path.”
Mueller, based in Garver’s North Little Rock, Arkansas office, has for more than a decade delivered integral transportation improvement projects to communities across the state. He currently leads a team of planners, engineers, scientists, and technicians on programs and projects that enhance the way in which residents travel throughout their communities.
Mueller, who graduated magna cum laude from the University of Arkansas, is also active in the Arkansas Society of Civil Engineers, Arkansas Public Works Association, Arkansas Society of Professional Engineers, and the Little Rock Engineers Club.
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