Doyle Randall (Randy) Inklebarger, PE
President & CEOMS Technology, Inc
Monday, November 8, 2021
Mr. Inklebarger was previously CH2M Hill's Government Facilities and Infrastructure (GF&I) Business Unit Vice President for Consulting and Design. He was also a member of the CH2M Hill Enterprise Technology Board serving as the Director for GF&I
His presentation will draw from his 39-year career in Engineering Consulting Services. Mr Randy Inklebarger will share his insights on leading from the project management position. His experience related to the topic includes global responsibility for CH2M Hill's capital delivery group; Program Management of an Alcoa aluminum plant expansion in Bohai, China; a major capital project for Boeing in Seattle; and numerous projects for the US Department of Energy site contractors.
Academic honors include Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, and Phi Kappa Phi membership, in 2012 the University of Tennessee Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering selected Mr. Inklebarger as their outstanding Alumnus and in 2017 he was named to the Department's Inaugural Hall of Fame Class.
Mr. Inklebarger is married to Gina Arico Inklebarger and they have two sons, Christopher and Anthony. Gina and Randy are active in the Saint Neumann Catholic Church. Mr. Inklebarger's recent community support includes advisory board member for the UT Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UT Chancellor's Associate, Chair for the 2015 and 2016 American Diabetes Association Tour de Cure, advisory board member for Knoxville Catholic High School and Committee Chair for the Boy Scouts of America.
* This meeting is offered as a professional development hour for Tennessee licensed engineers. Please note that PDH certificates cannot be issues for viewing the recording of an event. Remote attendees must register for a PDH ticket in advance and must be present via Zoom during the entire session. They also must request their PDH certificate from the TSK Secretary.
The presentation meets the State of Tennessee’s continuing education requirements for professional engineers. A PDH consists of at least 50 minutes of prepared presentation with discussion reserved for the time after the meeting.
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