Lauren Schroedter, P.E.

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Lauren Schroedter, P.E., is a vice president and railway discipline manager at Hanson’s Seattle regional office. She joined Hanson as an intern in 2006 and became a full-time employee in 2009. She was selected as Hanson’s railway discipline manager in 2019 and elected an assistant vice president in 2020.

Lauren focuses on engineering projects for primarily rail clients. Her responsibilities include project scoping, feasibility studies, conceptual designs, design-team coordination, construction-phase planning, design reviews, bid-document preparation, estimating, scheduling, construction administration and contract management. She has worked on numerous rail track and bridge projects for the BNSF Railway Co., municipalities and other organizations proposing work within BNSF’s right of way.

A member of AREMA and the Society of Women Engineers, Lauren is currently the treasurer for the Puget Sound Chapter of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE). She has served on the University of Washington’s Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) Executive Advisory Board since 2016 and volunteers with the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying’s Industrial and Systems Engineering Professional Engineer Exam Development Committee.

Professional Engineer:
Oregon, Washington 

Northeastern University: Bachelor’s degree, industrial engineering