ENR Northwest is pleased to announce the 2019 winner of the Northwest Legacy Award. This year, Mike Rigsby will receive the Legacy Award for the Northwest region of Alaska, Oregon and Washington.
Each year, ENR’s Legacy Awards honors professionals who have contributed a substantial legacy of lifetime service to their colleagues and the A/E/C industry.
Rigsby, senior vice president and principal project manager at WSP USA, manages complex infrastructure programs, including the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program in Seattle, which won an ENR Global Best Projects 2019 Merit Award.
During his 19 years at WSP, Rigsby also managed Washington State Department of Transportation’s largest funded project, the $1.9 billion Puget Sound Gateway Program. He also directed the 225 projects that comprised the $30 billion Qatar Local Roads and Drainage Program.
Rigsby previously served in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, where he directed military and civil works projects. He also oversaw the Seattle District Hazardous, Toxic, Radiological Waste Design Center and regional environmental restoration projects, including Superfund clean-up and military environmental remediation efforts.
Rigsby’s profile will be published in an ENR Northwest issue early next year. For more information about ENR Northwest’s 2019 Regional Best Project Awards in Seattle on Wednesday, Dec. 18., and to register, please click here.