TAMMY REED, P.E.

Business Unit Leader Infrastructure and Natural Resources
Laramie, WY
Year Joined: 2004

Tammy

When I realized that I really enjoyed math and science classes in school, I asked my dad what I could do with math and science. He said I should consider engineering. From that point on, I knew I was going to be an engineer.

When I was six years old, my family traveled from Douglas, Wyoming to Big Lake, Alaska. My dad, being an outdoorsman, decided the best route would be along the Alaska Highway which begins at Dawson Creek, British Columbia. We traveled 1,100 miles unpaved highway. We drove a single-cab pickup truck with a camper shell on the back and pulled a camper trailer. It took us 10 days to get to our destination, since we stopped to fish and camp along the way. I loved everything about that trip. It was one of the first times I remember being completely inspired by my dad’s sense of adventure and love for family.

I have always valued my dad’s opinion. So, when I realized that I really enjoyed math and science classes in school, I asked my dad what I could do with math and science. He said I should consider engineering. From that point on, I knew I was going to be an engineer. I was in 8th grade.

I got my civil engineering Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of Wyoming. I decided to stay in Laramie because I love Wyoming and knew Laramie would be a great place to raise a family. I joined Trihydro in 2004 and currently lead the Infrastructure and Natural Resources Business Unit.

When I am not at work, I like to spend my time with my family and friends, reading, seeing new places, and enjoying great food.

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