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Dan Sherer joins TKDA Aviation Team

TKDA, an employee-owned provider of engineering, architecture, and planning services, announces that Daniel Sherer, PE, has joined the firm’s Aviation Division. The senior registered engineer has more than 13 years of experience managing airport design, rehabilitation and construction projects across the U.S. and internationally.

Sherer’s extensive experience includes design of all aspects of airport improvements for runways, taxiways, taxilanes, aprons, and aviation facilities, including associated pavements, geometrics, grading, stormwater drainage, utility services, navigation aids, signage, lighting, and precision markings. His design efforts have involved directing multi-disciplinary teams of international aviation experts located in several countries. He has managed pavement and geotechnical investigations to develop cost-effective solutions for rehabilitation of deteriorated airport pavements.

Sherer’s construction experience has included managing staff and facilitating daily coordination with the contractor, quality control technicians, surveyors and the airport owner on multimillion-dollar contracts. He has completed work at Chicago’s O’Hare and Midway International airports, Brisbane International Airport in Queensland, Australia, Kansas City International Airport, and the new Williston Basin International Airport, among his many projects.

Sherer holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from North Dakota State University, and is credentialed as a LEED Green Associate.

“Dan will strengthen the TKDA aviation team with his extensive international, regional and general aviation airport experience,” said John Ahern, Vice President of TKDA’s Aviation Division.

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