Michael Owen, engineering manager in the city Transportation and Public Works Department’s Stormwater Management Services Division, received the Richard Van Trump Award from the Fort Worth chapter of the National Society of Professional Engineers.
The Fort Worth chapter instituted the Richard Van Trump Award in 1971 to recognize an exemplary member for service to the chapter during the previous year. The recipient is selected by the chapter’s past president.
Owen graduated from Texas A&M University in 1994 with a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering. He is a certified Project Management Professional. He has worked for the City of Fort Worth for 12 years, where his primary focus has been project management and delivery and program development and implementation.
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