Rod Ludlow grew up in construction. His father owned a retail business selling and working with construction materials, and Rod spent many days wielding hammers, screw drivers, nail guns, and a myriad of other tools. As a college student, his love of building expanded into engineering, guided by an excellent professor who saw his potential.
Rod’s favorite projects center on the Boise Airport Terminal including a major expansion and renovation. Work at Boise Airport has consumed a good portion of his career as an Engineering Designer with CSHQA. He has been thankful for the opportunity to learn from excellent mentors and to share his skills with others.
Idaho Association of Building Officials (IDABO)
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) – Fire Alarm and Life Safety
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AAS Design Technology, Utah Valley State College, 1992