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Urban Engineers’ Mark Kinnee Named to National Board of ASHE
Publication Date
June 19th 2017, 2:00 pm

Urban Engineers is pleased to announce that Mark Kinnee, PE, has been named to the national board of the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) where he will represent the northeast region. Mr. Kinnee serves as a senior vice president at Urban.


“I am proud and honored to be a part of this national organization that is dedicated to safe, efficient, and sustainable transportation systems,” said Mr. Kinnee. “I look forward to continuing ASHE’s mission and representing the northeast region and providing them a forum at the national level.”


A vital member of Urban for more than two decades, Mr. Kinnee’s experience is strongly rooted in the design and management of highway engineering projects and features a diverse range of public and private clients throughout the tri-state area. His portfolio includes several notable projects for the Delaware Department of Transportation, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, and Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission. Mr. Kinnee is a registered professional engineer in five states. He earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Villanova University.


ASHE was incorporated in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1958 with the conception and inception of the first chartered section in Harrisburg credited to a small group of dedicated engineers from the Pennsylvania Department of Highways, in association with a group of outstanding contractors, material suppliers, and consulting engineers in the Harrisburg area. Since then, ASHE has grown into an organization consisting of over 6,000 members, and over 40 operating sections in nine regions throughout the U.S. At the national level, ASHE is operated by a board of directors. Numerous national committees also serve at the direction of the board to deal with a variety of national issues. The board and committees meet four times per year.