Mr. Radziucz joined Sebago Technics as a Civil Engineer in May of 2020. He graduated from the University of Maine in 2020 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering with a minor in Economics. In his current role, he is a key member of a multi-disciplinary site development team. His knowledge gained from construction and utility inspections allows him to design creative and constructible solutions. He is proficient in AutoCAD and HydroCAD coding software. He is also familiar with using GPS models and has experience using GPS rover units.
How many years of experience do you have as an engineer and where did you graduate from?
I have 1.5 years of experiences, and I graduated from UMaine in 2020.
When/how did you discover that you wanted to become a civil engineer?
I first encountered civil engineering in a job fair in high school. Once I started my first class in college, I was hooked.
What do you like most about the work you do?
Being able to work on sites so close to where I grew up and currently live.
What is your favorite/most notable project and why?
The project that sticks out to me the most would be a subdivision project in Kennebunk that I worked on last year. It is memorable because it was my first subdivision project I have been involved with, and was my first project I saw from start to finish since graduation.
When you think about working at Sebago Technics, what makes you proudest or most excited?
I think about the people who have come before me at the company and who worked extremely hard to create the foundation and reputation that we have today. This gives me extra motivation to do my very best.
What advice would you give to someone who is thinking about becoming an engineer?
From a site civil perspective, college emulates what we do very little. I would say just because you like or dislike something in college doesn’t mean it’s what you are going to do the rest of your life. If you like problem solving and are always up for a challenge, that’s what engineering is all about.