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News Release
February 12, 2013



MnDOT District 6
2900 48th Street
Rochester, MN 55901


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Jeff Vlaminck selected as district engineer for MnDOT in southeastern Minnesota


ROCHESTER, Minn. – Jeff Vlaminck has been selected to serve as district engineer for the Minnesota Department of Transportation in District 6, which includes 11 counties in southeastern Minnesota. The district has offices in Rochester, Owatonna and Winona.

Vlaminck began his new role Feb. 11 and replaces Nelrae Succio, who retired Jan. 3 after more than 30 years with MnDOT.

Vlaminck has been with MnDOT for 36 years. His most recent position was assistant district engineer for East Operations in District 6. In this role, he supervised district maintenance and construction activities. Prior to that, he held leadership positions in construction, design and project delivery.

A native of Willmar, Vlaminck has a civil engineering degree from the University of Minnesota. 

In his new position, Vlaminck will be responsible for more than 1,400 miles of state and federal highways, 376 employees, an annual construction budget of $98 million and an operating budget of $37 million. The district office handles snow and ice control, roadway construction, traffic, land acquisition, business operations, planning, design and other transportation-related duties.

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