Tim Parker selected to serve on ASCE Crane Safety Committee
Project Management (PMGT) Adjunct Faculty member Tim Parker has been selected to serve as a member for the American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) Construction Institute Crane Safety Committee. The purpose of the committee is to compile, monitor and review information relating to crane safety on construction sites, including current and proposed ASCE policy, legislation, rules, regulations, court and arbitration decisions.
The committee also defines the responsibilities of owners, general contractors, designers and their employees, relative to crane safety. Service on a committee for a professional organization is both a high honor and a great responsibility. Mr. Parker was selected based on his many years of experience and leadership with Parker Rigging Company, and recognition as an expert in the field.
Mr. Parker currently teaches in the Master of Science in Project Management (MSPM) program, and is a graduate of the MSPM plank holder class of 2011. He is studiously working on a PhD in Engineering through Clemson University. Finally, he is also a Registered Professional Engineer (PE) in the state of South Carolina, and a Project Management Professional (PMP). Congratulations!