Engineers Week: Britt E. Audet, P.E., named NH's 2013 Young Engineer of the Year
February 17. 2013 6:37PM
CONCORD - Britt E. Audet, P.E., has been selected by a jury of her peers from New Hampshire's engineering societies as the 2013 New Hampshire Young Engineer of the Year.
The award will be presented Thursday at the annual Engineers' Week banquet in Bedford.
The New Hampshire Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE-NH) nominated Audet based on her record of professional accomplishments, service to the profession and promoting engineering, activity in the community, and dedication to her family.
She graduated from the University of New Hampshire earning a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering and continued with her studies while earning a master of science degree in structural engineering from the University of California-Berkley. Her work experience includes completing challenging projects in many areas of environmental remediation at contaminated sites, wastewater treatment facility evaluation and design, complex solid waste projects, as well as project management and construction oversight for a broad range of clients. She has had central roles in engineering projects as well as managing multi-disciplinary project teams. She is a licensed professional engineer in New Hampshire.
She has contributed significantly to the ASCE-NH section with over 10 years of volunteer work with the Younger Member's Group and also serving many different roles on the board of directors. She has acted as the section's newsletter editor, secretary, president-elect, president, and past-president. .
Audet is as dedicated to her family and community as she is to her profession. She and her husband Tim have been married for seven years and are proud parents of three children, from 7 months to 5 years old. She also makes time to be in the central management of a local food cooperative consisting of 20 families.