Bryce Pfeiffer is a Civil Engineer at CLC Engineering, LLC. Mr. Pfeiffer completed a Bachelors or Science degree at Louisiana Tech University in Civil Engineering in May of 2016.
Mr. Pfeiffer specializes in drafting, calculations, and substation design. For working experience, Mr. Pfeiffer worked at Hayes Manufacturing for 6 months as a plasma table operator. For the remainder of his education, he interned with CLC Engineering, LLC for three summers, checking calculations, drafting, and learning substation design.
While at Louisiana Tech, Mr. Pfeiffer was awarded the Presidential Scholarship for academic proficiency and the D. Walter Jessen, Sr. Scholarship for being recognized as a strong performing civil engineering student. He also worked with a team to design a drawbridge for Westrock in Hodge, LA, as a part of his Senior Capstone Design Project; in completing their design, the group also created a model used to show the mechanics of the designed drawbridge. He graduated from Louisiana Tech with a 3.404 GPA, passed his Fundamentals of Engineering Exam in May of 2016, and is in pursuit of attaining his Professional Engineering license.
Mr. Pfeiffer’s duties include civil grading and drainage design for substation sites, steel design, and foundation design. He has experience using AutoCAD Civil 3D 2015, STAAD Pro, L-Pile, PLS-POLE, PLS-CADD, and RISA-Foot.
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Louisiana Tech University, May 21, 2016