SIOUX CITY, IOWA, January 15, 2024 – Daniel Johnson has joined McClure’s Transportation team as a Staff Engineer.

Johnson graduated from Concordia College with a Bachelor of Arts in Math with a Physics minor. He then received a Master of Science in Civil Engineering – Structures from the University of Minnesota. Johnson also has an Engineer in Training (E.I.T.) certification. Before joining McClure, he interned for two summers with the Cass County Highway Department in Fargo, ND as an Engineering Technician. There he was mainly involved with surveying and material testing the first summer; then transitioned to a construction observation and project engineer role on a federal bridge project in his second summer. After that, he worked full-time at Barr Engineering as a Structural Engineer. While there he did various types of steel and concrete designs for industrial buildings and hydropower plants. He was also heavily involved in wind turbine foundation design.

Johnson will work alongside the Transportation team to achieve the McClure vision of making lives better. He is looking forward to working on bridges, as his bridge internship experience is the main reason why he chose structural engineering. When asked what made him decide to join McClure, he said, “My experience through the interview process. Everyone I met was extremely nice and welcoming. Also, the great reputation that McClure has around the state.”

About McClure

Founded in 1956, McClure has grown to a firm of over 250 professionals in thirteen offices. With a vision of making lives better, McClure brings engineering expertise and a collaborative approach to identify the best strategies and solutions to bring our client’s vision to life. McClure’s area of expertise is in guiding its clients on making long-term capital investments in the areas of aviation, bridge, community development, construction observation, development, environmental, geotechnical, GIS, landscape architecture, MEP, structural, survey, traffic, transportation, wastewater, and water.