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Sayre, PA



Seth Moyer





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Seth Moyer is currently a 5th year senior studying Architectural Engineering at Penn State. In May 2013, he will graduate with an Integrated Bachelor/Master of Architectural Engineering degree, with a structural focus. Seth passed the FE Exam in October 2011and will gain EIT status upon graduation.

For the past two summers, Seth has worked at Larson Design Group in Williamsport, PA, as a structural engineering intern with the building structures group in the Facilities Engineering Department. There, he worked with structural as well as MEP engineers and architects to design and detail structural system components, draft structural design drawings using both AutoCAD and Revit and document and reproduce existing site conditions from field surveys. Seth gained valuable experience during his time with Larson, working first-hand to produce and deliver high quality construction documents to clients while consulting with all disciplines of the project team to solve design coordination and constructability issues.

After graduation in May, Seth is looking forward to starting work with a structural engineering firm where he can contribute to company operations while gaining experience that will advance his career towards becoming a licensed professional engineer.



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