Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1934. M. of Civil Engineering, Cornell University, 1939. Postgraduate, Army-Navy Staff College, 1945.
Postgraduate, Army War College, 1957.
Instructor сivil engineering, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1934-1937;
second in command Lieutenant C.E., United States Army, 1937;
advanced through grades to colonel, United States Army, 1952;
retired, United States Army, 1964;
district engineer, Omaha District C.E., 1957-1960;
chief installations, Continental Army Command, Fortress Monroe, Virginia, 1963-1964;
assistant general manager operations and engineering, San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District, 1964-1973;
vice president, Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall (DMJM), Baltimore, since 1973;
vice president, Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall (DMJM), Los Angeles. Chairman United States National Committee on Tunneling Technology. Member committee for study on high speed surface transportation in the United States, National Research Council.
Member underground technical advisory panelSuperconducting Supercollider Laboratory, Dallas.
Fellow American Society of Civil Engineers (co-chairman specialty conference on risks and liability), National Society Professional Engineers, Society of America Military Engineers. Member American Public Transit Association (elected Transit Hall of Fame 1986), American Public Works Association, National Academy Engineering Clubs: Center (Baltimore). The Moles, Athletic (Los Angeles).
Married Joan Constance Morse, January 7, 1947. Children– David, Peter, Victoria.