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Clinton G. Thiesse

Summit Engineering Corporation
United States of America


 A member of the Summit staff for 32 years and a volunteer for the Reno Rodeo since 1989, Clint Thiesse is nothing if not dependable. Clint's attention to detail and quiet, methodical expertise is nearly unprecedented in the local industry. Named American Society of Civil Engineers, Truckee Meadows Branch Engineer of the Year in 2008 one would be hard pressed to find someone who doesn't appreciate his skill.  Clint is renowned for working within budgets and for approaching each problem individually, assessing the issues and guiding his team from experience. He prides himself on avoiding preconceived solutions, striving to find the most economical and technically sound solution to each new project. Clint was essential to the innovation behind the most constricted parts of the Lawton-Verdi Interceptor, devising a plan which called for diversion of the Truckee River, crossing under I-80, and utilizing soil nailing to excavate a 30-foot-deep trench beside an active railway. Clint has worked extensively with state and local governments as well as state and federal environmental agencies. The employees he supervises appreciate his hands-on leadership style and his ability to visualize and use common sense in his problem solving. If you can't catch him at a UNR game, will find Clint devoting his free time to the Reno Rodeo, where he was the Reno Rodeo President in 2012.

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