Jason Malecha, project engineer out of our Burnsville location, has been selected by the American Public Works Association to be a member of this year’s Emerging Leaders Academy. This year’s class contains a record 32 participants who will embark in a year-long endeavor to enhance their leadership and management skills. We are thrilled that Jason is one of the chosen few to start this journey.
Jason is a project engineer with Bolton & Menk, beginning his career in 2015. His design experience includes preparing preliminary engineering and feasibility reports, developing construction plans and specifications, and producing detailed cost estimates for a variety of civil and municipal clients and projects in the Twin Cities Metro area and beyond. In addition to design, his experience includes detailed project inspection and documentation. Jason enjoys building relationships with clients while helping them solve issues and complete projects within their communities.
About APWA Emerging Leaders Academy
A year-long national program, the APWA Emerging Leaders Academy provides intensive leadership and management training within the context of public works. It encourages professional growth through a strong network of peers and offers an in-depth introduction to APWA at the national, chapter, and branch levels.
The candidates must be professionals who have been working in the field of public works for no more than ten years or have been working for longer than ten years but have been promoted into their first leadership role within the past three years. APWA Emerging Leaders Academy candidates must have demonstrated an interest in advancing their careers within the profession.
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