Jessica B. Rehrig, P.E.

 

Jessica B. Rehrig, P.E. currently serves as Project Engineer for alfred benesch & company’s Lehigh Valley office.  In addition to receiving PSPE’s Young Engineer of the Year Award, Jessica was also named 2006 Young Engineer of the Year by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Lehigh Valley Section. 
Ms. Rehrig holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.  She has dedicated over 5 years to the engineering profession and actively participates with several engineering associations and civic organizations.  She currently serves on the Board of the Directors as Member Director of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Lehigh Valley Section and as Vice President of the Younger Member Forum for the Lehigh Valley Section of ASCE.  Jessica previously served as Secretary-Elect, Secretary, and Vice President of the Lehigh Valley Section of ASCE.  Jessica is also a member of the East Penn Section of the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE). 

Ms. Rehrig’s most recent engineering accomplishments include serving as a designer for the final design of the highway improvements for the SR 222 project in Lehigh County for PENNDOT District 5-0, and for the I-95 project over the Darby Creek in Delaware County for PENNDOT District 6-0. Jessica has also served as a structural designer for the final design of a precast box culvert in Centre County for PENNDOT District 2-0. Ms. Rehrig is currently responsible for the design of stormwater management systems including detention basins and pipe networks for final design improvements on the SR 322 Corridor in Delaware County.   Jessica resides in Slatington with her husband, Jay. Locally, Ms. Rehrig serves as Vice President of the GFWC-PA Woman’s Club of Slatington and is a member of church council at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Slatington.  In her free time, Ms. Rehrig enjoys performing country music in The Midnight Special Band with her husband. She feels strongly that the Lehigh Valley is a great place to live and work, and looks forward to continuing to use her engineering expertise to help the community thrive.