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civil engineer

Robert Lingren Bleyl, American civil engineer. Registered professional engineer, New Mexico.

Background

Bleyl, Robert Lingren was born on March 25, 1936 in Salt Lake City. Son of Lorenzo A. and Alice (Lingren) Bleyl.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, University Utah, 1961. Master of Science, University Utah, 1962. Certified Highway Transportation, Yale University, 1964.

Doctor of Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University, 1971.

Career

Traffic engineer, Utah Highway Department, Salt Lake City, 1961-1964;deputy state traffic engineer, Utah Highway Department, 1964-1965;research associate, Yale University, 1965-1968;president, Bleyl Engineering, Albuquerque, since 1966. Instructor Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1968-1971, assistant professor, 1971-1972. Associate professor of University New Mexico, 1972-1981.

Achievements

  • Registered professional engineer, New Mexico.

Views

Conventional Christian churches have lost the authority of God. Contemporary Christian beliefs are a mixture of the truth and of errors that have been added over the centuries.

Membership

Fellow National Academy Forensic Engineers (treasurer since 1991, assistant treasurer 1990-1991). Fellow Institute Transportation Engineers. Member Institute Traffic Engineers (section president 1978-1979, past president award 1968), National Society Professional Engineers, Society of Automotive Engineers, Southwestern Association Technology Accident Investigators.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: computers.

Connections

Married Merriam Fields, March 20, 1961. Children: Erik, Steven, Heidi, Katrine.

father:
Lorenzo A. Bleyl

mother:
Alice (Lingren) Bleyl

spouse:
Merriam Fields

child:
Erik Bleyl

child:
Steven Bleyl

child:
Heidi Bleyl

child:
Katrine Bleyl