Brianny Martinez is a civil engineer, specializing in structures and construction, having earned her degree from Stanford University in 2022. The academic foundation included Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Design, Building Modeling (Revit), and Management of Fabrication and Construction. She transitioned to commencing her professional journey as a project engineer. During her tenure with an environmental and specialty civil engineering contractor, Ms. Martinez assisted in managing an eight-million-dollar project to expand the disinfection system at Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA). The scope encompassed site excavation/grading, the installation of underground utilities and mechanical systems, and the construction of a concrete structure to accommodate four sodium hypochlorite tanks. In this position, she solidified crucial engineering skills including document review (project specifications, contract drawings, change orders, submittals, RFIs, building codes, etc.), fieldwork planning, daily site inspections/documentation, drawings of as-built/future conditions on AutoCAD, and communication of engineering issues to several parties including the owner/client, subcontractors, and the design engineer. In addition to assisting on the disinfection improvements project, she was assigned as a project manager on a separate project involving the rehabilitation of ductile iron valves for IEUA's recycled water system. Given her previous professional experience, Ms. Martinez is proficient at documenting damage investigations, building code upgrade requirements, and general document review/assessment.