Prabhjeet Raj Singh – who earned his M.S. from the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department in 2001 and is the vice president of Infinity Engineering Group, Ltd. of North Vancouver, British Columbia, in Canada – was on campus in late March to accept his Outstanding Junior Alumni Award from Dean Ted Djaferis. “Recipients of this award are worthy ambassadors for the UMass Amherst College of Engineering and have shown extraordinary effort and notable success in their early careers,” as the citation reads. Singh was the only recipient of the College of Engineering Outstanding Junior/Senior Alumni Awards who wasn’t able to attend the awards ceremonies in October of 2010.
Infinity Engineering specializes in the design and erection engineering of challenging bridges and other structures. Mr. Singh specializes in the design and erection of concrete and steel bridges, including prestressed concrete box, straight and curved steel place and box girders, and cabled stayed and extradosed bridges.
Before joining Infinity Engineering’s leadership team, Singh was a project manager with Buckland & Taylor Ltd. He has also worked as a design engineer with URS Corporation in Florida and began his career as a field engineer in New Delhi, India. He is a licensed professional engineer in Washington State, as well as in British Columbia, Alberta, and the Yukon. He graduated with a Bachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in New Delhi, India. (March 2011)