Placement Spotlight: Los Altos selects Christopher Lamm as new Engineering Services Manager

Christopher Lamm has been selected to be the new Engineering Services Manager in the City of Los Altos

We are pleased to announce that Christopher Lamm has been selected to be the new Engineering Services Manager in the City of Los Altos. He brings over 10 years of experience in the public and private sectors as well as impressive expertise in project management.

Most recently, Chris served as the Campus Engineer for San Jose State University, where he was responsible for all facets of engineering matters regarding the campus buildings and infrastructure. Before that he served as the CIP Project Manager for the City of Santa Monica. His most noteworthy accomplishment in this dynamic coastal community was managing the construction of the $42 million Tongva Park. Described by many as one of the nation’s most inviting urban parks, Tongva features observation decks, winding walkways, expansive lawns, picnic areas and generous play areas for youth.

Prior to moving back to California in 2011, Chris served as the Engineering Project Manager for the City of Chandler, Arizona where he managed the selection, programming, design, and construction of various projects that included the first LEED certified Boys and Girls Club in the state of Arizona. His proven track record of timely project delivery will greatly benefit the City of Los Altos which currently has dozens of active projects underway.

Lamm earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Santa Clara University. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in both California and Arizona and a United States LEED Certified Professional.

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