Dennis Randolph, P.E., M.ASCE

City Traffic Engineer, City of Kalamazoo, Public Services

Dennis A. Randolph, P.E. is an experienced local government manager with over 52 years of engineering experience. Currently, he is the traffic engineer for the City of Kalamazoo. Previously, he was the Director of Public Works for the City of Grandview, Missouri, and before that, Managing Director of the Calhoun County Road Commission, and City Engineer for the City of Lansing Michigan, among other technical and managerial positions. Mr. Randolph has a combination of financial, management, practical engineering, and academic experience that brings a diverse view to his work. He has earned a BS and MS in Civil Engineering from Wayne State University and a Master of Public Administration from Western Michigan University. He has over 25 years of university-level teaching experience and currently serves as an instructor in civil and construction engineering at the University of Missouri–Kansas City. He recently completed a 6-year term on the National Environmental Justice Advisory Council and currently serves on the Environmental Financial Advisory Board, both EPA advisory councils. He is Chair of ASCE’s committee Peer Review for Public Agencies. He is a co-author of the American Society of Civil Engineers’ recent publication Engineering for Sustainable Communities and has over 100 published papers, books, and articles.