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PE, D.GE, M.ASCE
US Army Corp of Engineers - Transatlantic Division
Ms. Ingrid M. Howard, P.E., D.GE, M.ASCE, is a Diplomate, Geotechnical Engineer and the Regional Lead Engineer in the Engineering and Technical Division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Division (TAD). As the Regional Lead Engineer, she is the subject matter expert and technical advisor for the engineering aspects of the Transatlantic Division’s Military Construction, Foreign Military Sales, and Host Nation programs. Ms. Howard provides support for technical programs and projects, leads some of the regional Campaign Plan initiatives, and serves as the regional interface on technical issues with federal and non-federal agencies. Ms. Howard has worked for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers since 2009. She began working for the Middle East District as a Senior Geotechnical Engineer where she also served as a technical coordinator and design manager for projects ranging in costs from $50 million dollars to $90 million dollars. At the Middle East District, she also served as Interim Chief of Engineering Division and Chief of Civil and Geotechnical Section. She is experienced in design, project management, construction quality control, construction surveillance, and construction contracting and procurement. Ms. Howard has more than 24 years of geotechnical and civil engineering experience in the United States, the Middle East, Central Asia, and Indonesia. Ms. Howard is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of West Virginia. She is a graduate of Tarumanagara University, Jakarta, Indonesia, with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and a minor in structural engineering. Ms. Howard obtained her master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville with a major in structural and geotechnical engineering. A consummate professional, Ms. Howard was recognized in a 2016 Federal Engineer of the Year awards ceremony sponsored by the National Society of Professional Engineers. Recipients were selected from thousands of Federal Engineers worldwide.