Todd Campbell selected as assistant district program delivery engineer for MnDOT District 1
DULUTH, Minn. — Todd Campbell, P.E., has been selected as the assistant district engineer for program delivery for the Minnesota Department of Transportation District One which encompasses eight counties in northeastern Minnesota.
Mike Tardy served as assistant district engineer for program delivery until March, when he left MnDOT to become Carlton County engineer.
"Todd brings more than 27 years of MnDOT experience in soils, construction, surveys, hydraulics, design and project management,” said District One Engineer Duane Hill. "Todd has been a mentor to many of the engineering and technical staff here in our district and will provide excellent leadership for our planning and program delivery functions.”
Campbell earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. He will oversee the planning, design and contract administration of the district’s highway construction program, which in recent years has exceeded $100 million annually.
Campbell is active in the local community serving on the boards of Marshall School and the NorthShore Inline Marathon.
MnDOT District One encompasses 1,600 miles of highway and more than 600 bridges.