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Dincer Dalkilic, Turkish civil engineer. Registered professional engineer, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware. Member of American Society of Civil Engineers, American Federation Musicians, American Society Highway Engineers, International Association Bridge and Structural Engineers, American Railway Engineering Association, National Society Professional Engineers.

Background

Dalkilic, Dincer was born on July 31, 1936 in Bandirma, Turkey. Arrived in United States, 1968. Son of Selim and Naime (Morali) Dalkilic.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Technology University Istanbul, 1960. Student, Concervatoire of Istanbul, 1958—1961.

Career

Engineer Department highways, Turkey, 1962—1968. Structural engineer The Text Encoding Initiative Consultant Engineers, Philadelphia, 1968—1969, Howard, Needles, Tammen and Bergendoff Consultant Engineers, Haverford, 1969—1971. Violin maker, restorer House of Primavera Violins, Philadelphia, 1971—1978.

Chief engineer McCormick, Taylor & Associates, Inc., 1978—1986, D. Associates, Morton, since 1986. Lecturer, instructor department music Swarthmore College, 1979—1980.

Achievements

  • Registered professional engineer, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware.

Membership

Member of American Society of Civil Engineers, American Federation Musicians, American Society Highway Engineers, International Association Bridge and Structural Engineers, American Railway Engineering Association, National Society Professional Engineers.

Connections

Married Isil Savaskan Dalkilic, December 19, 1963. Children: Meleknur, Aslinur.

father:
Selim Dalkilic

mother:
Naime (Morali) Dalkilic

spouse:
Isil Savaskan Dalkilic

child:
Meleknur Dalkilic

child:
Aslinur Dalkilic