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Andrea Mosqueda, PE


Outstanding Younger Civil Engineer


Andrea Mosqueda, PE is a Project Engineer with Ardurra. She received her B.S. in Civil Engineering from Stanford University in 2017 and her M.S. in Civil Engineering with a Structural Emphasis from California State University at Long Beach in 2022. With over 5 years of experience, she has contributed to and led design efforts for numerous general civil, transportation, stormwater, and structural engineering projects in Southern California including several large-scale public works infrastructure projects such as Phases II, III, and IV of the City of La Canada Flintridge I-210 Soundwall Improvement Project, the John Anson Ford Park Infiltration Project, and others. She has assisted on projects such as the North Hill Complete Streets Project in the City of Pasadena; led design efforts for the Century Villages at Cabrillo Phase VI affordable housing development, the Cove; and played key roles in the design of stormwater BMPs for projects in the cities of Buena Park, Santa Ana, and Long Beach.

An active member of ASCE, Andrea has advanced the profession through her commitment to professional and community activities including K-12 and college student outreach. She has held several leadership positions including Co-Chair for the 2023 Engineers Week which featured 5 days of K-12 outreach for more than 700 participants. In addition to her involvement in ASCE, Andrea is a proud Rotarian and served as the Youth Service Chair for the Rotary Club of Placentia.