2018 Edmund Friedman Young Engineer of the Year
Johnathan Zimmerer, P.E., has been named the 2018 Edmund Friedman Young Engineer of the Year by the Fort Worth branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). This award recognizes younger members of ASCE that exhibit outstanding contributions to the public welfare of the civil engineering profession.
Zimmerer holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Tennessee Technological University and is licensed in the State of Texas as a Professional Engineer with 7 years of roadway and drainage design experience. As Project Engineer for North Tarrant Infrastructure, in the Construction Technical Office, he resolves roadway and drainage issues on IH35W. Previously Zimmerer worked for 5 years at TranSystems and 1 year at Volkert doing roadway and drainage design. Project experience includes many City of Fort Worth projects, TexRail, US-75 in Plano, and US-27 in Chattanooga, TN. Zimmerer has been involved in ASCE since college and has been actively involved in the Fort Worth Branch during his professional career serving as the Hospitality Chair for two years and currently the Younger Member Chair. He looks forward to continue planning a variety of social and volunteer opportunities for the branches younger members. Zimmerer was born in Lindsay, TX. Throughout high school, he was very involved in his community earning 4-H Gold Star, Eagle Scout, and NRA Outstanding Youth Achievement Award Winner. He went to Tennessee Tech on a rifle scholarship and enjoyed shooting through college. Away from work, Zimmerer enjoys spending time with his wife, Lisa, they were married in October 2017. They are both members of the Texas-Kickball league and enjoy biking the trinity trails as well as enjoying a cold brew on several patios around Fort Worth.
2017 Life Member Achievement
Pictured Left to Right: Timothy Falkoske, Jerry Roberts
Not Pictured: William Harrell (2015), Jaime Reyes, Franklin Fischer, David Grimm, Anwar Hirany, Bruce Kromer
2017 Edmund Friedman Young Engineer of the Year
Kameron Boggan, E.I.T., has been named the 2017 Edmund Friedman Young Engineer of the Year by the Fort Worth branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). This award recognizes younger members of ASCE that exhibit outstanding contributions to the public welfare of the civil engineering profession.
Ms. Boggan holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Jackson State University. Since her graduation from Jackson State, she has been employed with TranSystems. TranSystems is a transportation consultation company that offers a range of architectural, engineering and planning services that has served government and private sectors entities since 1966. Ms. Boggan serves as an E.I.T. of the firm’s Fort Worth office Roadway Design Group.
During her time at Jackson State University, Ms. Boggan was a member of the Women’s Volleyball team who won two Southwestern Athletic Conference titles. She was also the 2013 Southwestern Athletic Conference Woman of the Year.
Ms. Boggan’s involvement with ASCE dates back to her time at Jackson State, where she was a member and participated in the concrete canoe competitions. She currently serves as the Special Meetings Arrangement Chair of the Fort Worth Branch professional chapter.
Away from work, Ms. Boggan enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and coaching volleyball. Coaching volleyball is truly a passion of hers, where she gets an opportunity to be a role model to young girls and inspire future leaders in our communities.