Greg E. DiLoreto, PE, PLS has been active in ASCE since the mid 1970s following graduation from Oregon State University with a BS in Civil Engineering. He also holds a master’s degree in public administration from Portland State.
Highlights of his ASCE involvement include:
- 1986-87 President of the Oregon Section
- 1989-1990 Chair of the Pacific Northwest District Council (the forerunner to Region 8, which he helped create in 2005)
- 2004-2006 District 12 Director on the ASCE Board of Direction
- 2013 ASCE President, only the second person from the Oregon section to serve as president in the society’s 166-year history
- He has served on 20 national ASCE professional activity committees and is the current chair of the ASCE Committee on America’s Infrastructure responsible for the Report Card
- 1985 Outstanding Younger Member Oregon Section
- 1986 Edmund Freidman Young Engineer Award
- 1995 Outstanding Civil Engineer Oregon Section
- 2004 Government Engineer of the Year Oregon Section
- 2005 ASCE Government Civil Engineer of the Year
- 2017 William H. Wisely American Civil Engineer Award
- In 2003 he was inducted into the Oregon State University Academy of Distinguished Engineers.
Greg spent 30 years in the public sector as city engineer and public works director for the Oregon cities of Sandy, Newberg, and Gresham and retired 5 years ago after serving 14 years as the chief executive of the Tualatin Valley Water District.