The Juneau Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers recently named PND’s John DeMuth, P.E., M.ASCE., the 2011-2012 Outstanding Engineer of the Year. John is recognized as one of PND’s most experienced bridge and marine structural designers, with the knowledge and critical eye to accurately evaluate the condition of key elements of existing structures and develop cost-effective solutions and alternatives for potential repair and/or replacement options.
Mr. DeMuth is a principal engineer at PND Engineers, Inc. with over 23 years of experience in the structural evaluation and design of both fixed and floating dock structures, fendering systems, mooring and breasting dolphins, corrosion protection systems, catwalks, gangways, bridges, foundations and a wide variety of marine facilities throughout Alaska. His work has resulted in well-designed, beautiful, modern harbors and port facilities around Southeast and throughout Alaska. Some of his recent work has included drive down float designs at the Auke Bay Loading Facility in Juneau, the Intermodal Transit Facility currently under construction for the Organized Village of Kake, and the recently constructed Carl E. Moses drive-down float for the City of Unalaska to support the Dutch Harbor Fleet.
He is an active member of the Juneau Branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers and volunteers regularly through his local church and within the Juneau community.