B.S. '70, Civil Engineering
M.S. '73, Civil Engineering
Roger Helgoth has over 40 years of civil and environmental engineering primarily focused in Infrastructure projects in water supply and treatment, wastewater treatment, hazardous waste and solid waste, water resource, transportation and land development. His areas have included all phases
of projects from planning funding assistance, preliminary and final design, construction administration, valve engineering and operational demonstration and optimization. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Nebraska and Iowa.
Helgoth’s specialized work experience includes operations and project management, marketing and business development, quality assurance implementations and technology incorporation.
He has served on several professional technical organizations, most notably the following:
Past president of American Council of Engineering Companies of Nebraska
Past president of Nebraska Water Environmental Association and member of Water Environmental Federation
Past chair and engineering member for 15 years at Nebraska Board of Engineers and Architects
Board Certified member of Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists
He received the Arthur Sidney Bedell Award for service to WEF, the Durham Achievement Award by ACEC-Nebraska for outstanding service to engineering achievement and was admitted as Chapter Honor Member of Chi Epsilon.
Helgoth was recognized by the Nebraska Council of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors in 2015 with an Outstanding Service Award in serving NCEES Central Region."