Helen Caswell Watts, American civil engineer. Achievements include adapting 4500 page paper machine training manual to an electronic document, permits and construction of 300 ton transporter roadway across wetlands and mitigation site; planning and construction of a four story medical building and permits for dredge material landspreading.
Watts, Helen Caswell was born on July 28, 1958 in Brunswick, Maine, United States. Daughter of Forrest and Frances Caswell.
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, University New Hampshire, 1980. Certified 5th year pulp and paper, University Maine, 1983.
Construction engineer, 1980-1982, Oklahoma Department Transportation, Oklahoma City, 1983-1984. Design engineer Structural Design Consultant, Inc., Portland, Maine, 1985. Facility engineer Bath (Maine) Iron Works, 1986-1996.
Consultant engineer Watts Engineering, Bowdoin, Maine, 1996, Helen Watts Engineering, Bowdoin, 1997, NEWG, Brunswick, Maine, 1998—2000. Structural and forensic engineer Criterium-Mooney Engineers, Portland, since 2000.
Judge New England Regional American Society of Civil Engineers Concrete Canoe Race, 1994. Member American Society of Civil Engineers (associate), Technology Association Pulp and Paper Industry (associate), Society Women Engineers (associate).