Prescott Receives Community Service Award From the Society of Women Engineers – Detroit

blogTroy, Michigan – Ashley Prescott, EIT, LEED AP, Environmental Staff Engineer at Testing Engineers & Consultants, Inc. (TEC), was recently honored with a Community Service Award for her work in securing opportunities for the Society of Women Engineers – Detroit (SWE-D) at the Henry Ford Detroit Maker Faire to reach out to children to discuss the prospect of selecting engineering as a career.

Ms. Prescott, a SWE member since 2002 and SWE-D since 2008, has assisted on a number of committees, including the SWE 60th Anniversary Celebration committee, and coordinated the SWE booth at last year’s Maker Faire at The Henry Ford. She has also served as Future City mentor and assisted with curriculum development for the Engineering Society of Detroit’s new “SMART” high school energy science curriculum.

As a civil and environmental engineer, Ms. Prescott’s expertise includes environmental due diligence, remediation design, regulatory compliance, and construction management. She recently completed her Master’s in Environmental Engineering at Wayne State and holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Princeton University.

TEC provides client support from property acquisition through construction, renovation, and restoration. Expertise includes environmental and geotechnical engineering and consulting as well as facilities engineering, construction materials testing, indoor air quality and asbestos, lead and mold management services. Founded in 1966, TEC has offices in Troy, Ann Arbor, and Detroit.