Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Steinke joins Moffatt & Nichol as port practice leader
Richard Steinke, the former executive director of the Port of Long Beach has joined the consulting engineer firm Moffatt & Nichol as the firm's port practice leader, according to an announcement.
Steinke spent 22-years at the Port of Long Beach, 14 of which were as the big Southern California seaport's executive director until retiring in 2011.
During his tenure at the port, Steinke was noted for advancements in post-9/11 port security, a green trucks program, the launch of the $1-billion middle harbor redevelopment project, and the $950-million Gerald Desmond Bridge replacement project.
"It is exciting to join a firm with such an outstanding reputation. This is a great opportunity to participate in Moffatt & Nichol's future endeavors, as the company builds on its long history of success and expands its global position," said Steinke in a statement.
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