Calley J. Watters

Engineer Associate / E.I.T. / Oklahoma City

Background

Ms. Watters received her B.S. in Civil Engineering from Benedictine College. While attending Benedictine College, Ms. Watters performed research and analysis on the site and structure of Saint Benedict’s church building, a nationally registered historic building. Her work consisted of site development design solutions consistent with ADA standards.

Throughout college, Ms. Watters worked for a property manager in which she assisted in design and construction of small, residential projects. Her responsibilities included layout design, structural analysis, plumbing design and installation, construction of floors, subfloors and walls, window and door installation, and interior/exterior finishes.

While attending college, Ms. Watters had an internship at PCL Construction in Denver, Colorado. During her internship, she reviewed design plans and assisted in overseeing the construction of an administrative office building for the University of Denver. She was responsible for ensuring that the on-site construction was performed according to the given engineering design plans, specifications, codes and standards. Furthermore, Ms. Watters communicated with sub-contractors, owners, architects, and other PCL staff members to facilitate the construction of the project.

Ms. Watters began her career in municipal design including water, sanitary and storm utilities, water and wastewater treatment plants, and site development. Her responsibilities included performing various hydraulic and grading calculations, facilitating project budgets, specifications, and design plans. Ms. Watters was also responsible for communicating with clients from the beginning stages of the design process to the final construction of the projects.

As an engineer associate, Ms. Watters has assisted in conducting property investigations on residential and commercial structures including storm-related damage, roof damage assessments, water intrusion, and structural damage assessments.

Education

• Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering: Benedictine College
• American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)