About Lauren PlouffAs a project engineer for The Walsh Group in Chicago, Illinois, Lauren Plouff draws on a strong background in civil engineering. She earned her bachelor's degree from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, where she completed a range of coursework including steel design, structures, and consulting engineering. In addition, Lauren Plouff pursued a variety of pre-professional experiences, including service as an engineering track intern at BNSF Railroad and as a civil engineering intern at the Downers Grove Public Works Department.
A leader on campus as well, Lauren Plouff served as vice president of membership recruitment and chapter development for the Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity, and she also led as vice president and president of the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association. Involved in the American Society of Civil Engineers as well, she served as secretary for the group in 2014.
Shortly after receiving her degree in 2016, Lauren Plouff accepted her position with The Walsh Group. She performs both administrative and field work in her current role and has received professional recognition such as the Matthew Myles Walsh II Safety Award.