MAY 25, 2011: Charles “Chuck” Taylor - the aviation group manager in CMT’s Springfield, IL office – was recently inducted into the Missouri University of Science and Technology Academy of Civil Engineers. The academy honors professionals for their contributions to the profession, leadership and involvement with the university. Taylor graduated from what was then called the University of Missouri-Rolla in 1983 with a degree in civil engineering.
Taylor has spent his entire 28-year career with CMT, where he has been focused primarily on airport engineering and project management. He maintains an excellent reputation for helping airport clients resolve difficult challenges associated with the planning, design and implementation of airport improvements. His resume of airport projects includes extensive work completed at St. Louis Lambert International Airport, Peoria International Airport, and many other airports throughout the Midwest. Over the years he contributed significantly to broadening CMT’s Aviation practice in the state of Missouri. Taylor is a member of the Association of Airport Executives, the Missouri State Aviation Council and the American Society of Civil Engineers.
The Academy of Civil Engineers was established in 1972 to recognize those who are “community leaders, role models for young people and are worthy of emulation.” CMT believes that this is a fitting description of Taylor throughout his career. The firm is proud of this well-deserved honor for their colleague and friend.