AASHTO Journal, 8 June 2012
“It has been my privilege to serve the citizens of Nebraska in my years at the State Roads Department and as Director–State Engineer,” Fredrickson said in a statement. “I am proud of the many transportation professionals and dedicated employees who have worked alongside me over the years. Also, I thank the public and private organizations, elected and appointed officials, and the citizens of Nebraska for their support and a shared pride in Nebraska’s transportation system.”
Before becoming Director, Fredrickson served as Deputy Director of Engineering for 17 years. Also within the department, Fredrickson served as a district engineer in Omaha and spent more than 17 years in the Roadway Design Division in various capacities. He also worked in the private sector as a mechanical engineer for Shell Oil Company and previously served on the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials’ Standing Committee on Highways (bit.ly/AASHTOSCOH).
“Monty has been a great asset to the department,” Heineman said in a statement. “With his over 40 years of service, culminating with three years as Director–State Engineer of the department, we have seen many improvements that have benefited Nebraskans every day. I appreciate his service to the state and I wish him the best of luck in his retirement.”