JEFFERSON CITY - Eric Schroeter today was named State Design Engineer for the Missouri Department of Transportation.
Schroeter, a 1992 graduate of the University of Missouri with a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering and a professional engineer in the state of Missouri, has enjoyed a 21-year career at MoDOT in a variety of positions. He's worked in construction, operations and at both the district and central office management levels.
"Eric has been an outstanding leader throughout his career at MoDOT," Assistant Chief Engineer Kathy Harvey, who previously served as State Design Engineer, said. "He embraces innovation and partnering with others which will be critical to the future design and construction of Missouri's transportation system."
Schroeter worked in construction from 1992-2000, advancing to resident engineer. He became area engineer in 2000 and directed all maintenance and construction operations in Pettis, Benton and Cooper Counties until 2003. He then moved to the position of Central District Operations Engineer and became Assistant District Engineer in 2006.
After serving a stint as Interim District Engineer in the Central District, he was named Assistant State Design Engineer in 2011.