Please join Moffatt & Nichol in congratulating TJ Schilling, PE, SE who has received accreditation as a Diplomate, Port Engineering from the Academy of Coastal, Ocean, Port & Navigation Engineers (ACOPNE). Having been honored with this prestigious certification, TJ joins a distinguished group of professional engineers who have achieved recognition for an advanced degree of knowledge and expertise in the specialized fields of coastal, ocean, port, and navigation engineering.
TJ offers expertise in civil and structural waterfront and marine engineering, along with a strong background in non-linear seismic analysis that he has applied to a wide range of complex marine engineering projects worldwide. His project experience includes terminal planning, layout, condition assessments, design, and construction phase services for marine and upland structures. TJ also has an extensive resume of work for the U.S. Navy and the Department of Defense that includes experience working with unclassified nuclear controlled information and anti-terrorism and force protection. His work for the National Science Foundation features replacement design for the pier that serves Palmer Station in Antarctica.
TJ is licensed as a professional civil and structural engineer and earned his Master of Science in civil engineering from Colorado State University.
ACOPNE is a subsidiary of the American Society of Civil Engineers and launched the ACOPNE Board Certification program in November 2009 to recognize professional engineers who have attained specialized expertise in coastal, ocean, port, and navigation engineering. To date, only 200 professional engineers have qualified for certification worldwide. For more information on ACOPNE, please visit www.acopne.org.