IMPACT: The Young Professional Influence
- Community & Culture
- The Grier Pavilion, Riverside CA
Who: Bob Stockton
What: Pick Power Breakfast (PPB)
Where: Riverside City Hall, 7th Floor Conference Room, 3900 Main St, Riverside, CA 92501.
When: Thursday, August 15, 2013 at 7:30-8:30 a.m.
Why: You will have the opportunity to meet Bob Stockton - the Vice President and Principal-in-Charge of Rick Engineering's Riverside office.
Mr. Stockton received his B.S. in Construction and Civil Engineering in 1978 at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. A registered Professional Engineer in the states of California and Arizona, he joined Rick Engineering in 1981 and has been Principal-in-Charge of numerous large and complex private and public sector projects. He directs and supervises a staff of project engineers, designers, drafters, and surveyors. His responsibilities include coordination of projects with clients and public agencies, as well as supervision of all work performed by his team.
For the last six years, Bob has served on the City of Riverside Board of Public Utilities (including past Chairman), the Gage Canal Company Board of Directors, and the Western Municipal Water District and City of Riverside Ad Hoc Committee. His experience and knowledge as a Civil Engineer and a LEED AP provides valuable insight to the decision making process. Bob is also a member of the Steering Committee for Seizing Our Destiny, a community-driven campain that builds on Riverside's existing strengths to create an even better place to live, work and play for generations.
Please join us in August for a morning chat with Bob Stockton.
The event is a benefit of membership!
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Please note, we will not be offering any refreshments during the meeting. You are welcome to purchase refreshments from the cafe on the first floor of City Hall.
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