Scott Marquardt, PE Recognized by APWA – Fox Valley Branch
Scott Marquardt, P.E. has received the Donald C. Stone Award for Excellence in Education from the American Public Works Association (APWA) – Fox Valley Branch. Established in honor of Donald C. Stone, founder of APWA, to recognize outstanding and meritorious achievement of individuals assisting in the areas of continuing and graduate professional education for public works professionals.
Most recently Scott has served as the project manager representing several DuPage County municipalities for the Elgin O’Hare Tollway project. Marquardt manages the plan review process, coordinates reviews by consultant and Village staff, and serves as the public outreach representative for this ongoing project. He is responsible for managing the review process of intergovernmental agreements, and frequently makes presentations at Village Board and City Council meetings, guiding the municipalities through the decision making process regarding utility, roadway, pedestrian, and aesthetic enhancements which can be incorporated into the project. He also served as Plan reviewer for various Build Will Program roadway and bridge reconstruction program. Performed quality control peer reviews to comply with IDOT design requirements. Proposed value engineering suggestions for underground detention alternatives resulting in mid six figure cost savings for the client.
Marquardt managed funding, design, and construction phases for three APWA award winning projects while Village Engineer with the Village of Carpentersville.
Originally chartered in 1937, APWA is the largest and oldest organization of its kind in the world, with headquarters in Kansas City, Missouri, an office in Washington, D.C., and 67 chapters throughout North America. APWA provides a forum in which public works professionals can exchange ideas, improve professional competency, increase the performance of their agencies and companies and bring important public works-related topics to public attention in local, state and federal arenas.