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Cindy Minter

MACTEC Engineering and Consulting
Office Manager/Principal Planner

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF BUSINESS:
MACTEC is a comprehensive engineering and natural resources services firm with over 100 offices across the U.S. that emphasizes technical excellence with personal service. MACTEC supports clients in accomplishing their business objectives by providing innovative solutions using unmatched expertise, current technology, and uncompromising integrity.
- Project planning
- Preliminary Site Assessments
- Investigations and Feasibility Studies
- Engineering Evaluations
- Engineering Design (environmental, structural, civil, mechanical)
- Technical Specifications, Plans, and Bidding Documents
- Construction Management/Oversight
- Design/Build
- Operation, Monitoring and Maintenance
- Community Relations Support

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT:
Cindy leads a regional practice with MACTEC committed to practical and environmentally sensitive infrastructure solutions. With over 25 years of experience in multidisciplinary infrastructure projects, Cindy takes personal responsibility for making success happen in her community by contributing her professional expertise through the following forums:

- Campbell County – Cindy serves as Chair of the Campbell County Planning & Zoning Commission. Cindy also serves on the 2008 and 2009 Consensus Committee representing the 69th District.

- Northern Kentucky Chamber – Cindy serves as chair of the 2010 DC Fly-In Committee and as a member of the Business Advocacy Council (2006-present). Past activities include Transportation and Infrastructure (Co-Chair from 2006-2009), DC Fly-in, Government Forum, Day/Night in Frankfort, and Eggs-n-Issues Committees.

- American Society of Highway Engineers – Cindy serves a local board member and co-chair of the 2010 National Conference to be held in Cincinnati, OH. 

In addition, Cindy is active in the American Planning Association, American Council of Engineering Companies, and an NKU Alumni.

PERSONAL:
Cindy is a lifelong resident of Campbell County and member of St. Mary of the Assumption Parrish. She resides in Grants Lick with her husband, Dennis and two nearly grown daughters.

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