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BYU ENGINEERING PROFESSOR WINS 3 AWARDS FOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS

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Brigham Young University civil engineering professor Arnold Wilson, Mapleton, has been honored with three awards for his professional accomplishments.

Wilson received the 1990 Outstanding College Teacher Award at a recent awards banquet for the BYU College of Engineering and Technology.The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Concrete Institute also presented Wilson an award in Denver, Colo., for his unique structural design of concrete storage domes. His most recent award was the AT&T Foundation Outstanding Engineering Teacher Award presented by the Rocky Mountain Section of the American Society for Engineering Education.

Wilson has been teaching courses in civil engineering for 33 years.

As a structural engineer, he has extensive experience in the structural design of multistory commercial, industrial, educational and residential structures involving the use of steel, reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete and wood.

For nearly 20 years, Wilson has served as the Mapleton city engineer and has provided extensive voluntary service to his community. He was a member of the Mapleton City Planning Commission for seven years and served three of those years as chairman.