Aleksander Andrzejewski, P.E.

Alexander Andrzejewski, P.E. is a Texas Registered Professional Engineer who recently celebrated his 26th year of Civil Service with the United States Air Force. During this long career he has served in a variety of locations both in the United States and Europe.

After his graduation in 1984 with a BS in Aerospace Engineering from Mississippi State University, Mr. Andrzejewski explored his options and settled on a Civil Service career by accepting a position as a Civil Engineer at Nellis AFB, Nevada. During his 17 years at Nellis AFB he held a variety of positions with increasing responsibility such as a Base Energy Conservation engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Construction Manager, Deputy to the Chief Engineer as well as the manager of the Mechanical/Electrical Cradle-to-Grave Design and Construction Section. During this time he was responsible for the design and construction of over $500 million dollars in facility and utility projects and as a result was awarded two Exemplary Civilian Service medals, a Meritorious Civilian Service Medal and was selected a Federal Engineer of the Year for the installation.

Mr. Andrzejewski relocated to Aviano AB in Italy for a four year tour becoming a member of the 16th Air Force Project Management Office assisting in the construction of a $610 million NATO construction program. Within a year of his arrival he was promoted to the Headquarters Staff of the United States Air Force in Europe as a Military Construction Program Manager in Italy. He successfully blended his professional abilities with his innate diplomatic skills to become recognized and accepted by his NATO engineering colleagues serving as a technical advisor for their respective national projects.

Mr. Andrzejewski is currently employed by the Air Force Research Lab located in Rome. New York as a Senior Civil Engineer rapidly making his mark as an exceptional performer by preparing a variety of operational plans, executing a variety of design projects and conducting engineering studies.