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Civil engineer

Hiroe Sakata, Japanese civil engineer. Achievements include research in the flood control plan in Asian countries, a case study of Port Hueneme, a low flow increase for improving river environment. Member American Society of Civil Engineers, Japan Society Civil Engineers, Society Naval Architects and Marine Engineers.

Background

Sakata, Hiroe was born on June 13, 1940 in Miyazaki-shi, Japan. Son of Masajiroh and Tatsuyo (Nagano) Sakata.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Miyazaki University, 1965. Master of Science in Civil Engineering, University California, Berkeley, 1971. Doctor of Engineering California, Berkeley, 1974.

Career

Assistant engineer Pacific Consultants Limited company, Tokyo, 1965-1966, engineer, 1966-1969. Field engineer Parsons, Brinkerhoff, Tudor Bechtel Company, Oakland, California, 1971-1974. Senior engineer Harbert Corporation, San Francisco, 1975-1976, M.Rosenblatt & Son, San Francisco, 1976-1978, resident engineer Yokosuka, Japan, 1978-1984.

Chief engineer CDI Marine Limited company, Japan, 1984-1986. President I.C.E. Japan Limited company, Yokohama, Japan, since 1987.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in the flood control plan in Asian countries, a case study of Port Hueneme, a low flow increase for improving river environment.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Underground Space Use in Japan.

Membership

Member American Society of Civil Engineers, Japan Society Civil Engineers, Society Naval Architects and Marine Engineers.

Connections

Married Jane Emiko Inoue, July 4, 1974. Children: Ken, Eiji, Emily.

father:
Masajiroh Sakata

mother:
Tatsuyo (Nagano) Sakata

spouse:
Jane Emiko Inoue

child:
Ken Sakata

child:
Eiji Sakata

child:
Emily Sakata