- Senior Sustainability Scientist, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
- Assistant Professor, Del E. Webb School of Construction, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Dr. Jason Lueke joined the Del E. Webb School of Construction at Arizona State University in January of 2009, after spending five years as an Infrastructure Engineer-Project Manager and Trenchless Technology Discipline Lead for Associated Engineering, a medium-sized consulting company based out of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Prior to his consulting career, he was a project manager for about two years with a small open trench and trenchless utility contractor in Calgary, Alberta. He has been involved in numerous projects including water distribution, and wastewater and storm water management; undertaking design services, feasibility studies, value engineering, risk mitigation, and tendering services. He also provided specialized expertise for Associated Engineering across Canada on various trenchless construction methods including horizontal directional drilling, pipe relining, pipe bursting, case borings, and tunneling. He employs a hands-on approach that provides a unique blend of practical and theoretical skills to collaborate and conduct effective research in the construction industry. Jason plans to concentrate his research activities in trenchless construction and rehabilitation methods with a focus on sustainable design and construction practices.
- PhD, Civil Engineering, specializing in Construction Engineering and Management, University of Alberta-Edmonton, 2005
- MSc, Civil Engineering, specializing in Construction Engineering and Management, University of Alberta-Edmonton, 1999
- BSc, Civil Engineering, University of Alberta-Edmonton, 1997