Randy Inklebarger is currently Vice-President for the Government Facilities and Infrastructure Global Consulting and Design Business Unit for CH2MHill. He received B.S. and M.S. degrees in Civil Engineering at The University of Tennessee in 1982 and 1986, respectively. After he received his B.S. degree, he worked for two years for Chicago Bridge and Iron, returned for an M.S. degree, and then accepted a position with Lockwood Greene (now CH2MHill.) He has managed a number of major projects and served in a wide array of leadership roles with CH2MHill and the former Lockwood Greene. In his current role as Business Unit Leader, he is responsible for strategic planning and leadership of a diverse business unit that averages over 70 million dollars in annual revenues. Currently, he is Program Manager responsible for the planning, mobilization, and start-up of the Architectural and Structural Design and Seismic Analysis teams for the 6 billion dollar Uranium Processing Facility to be constructed on the Y-12 site at Oak Ridge.
In addition to his professional activities, Randy is also active in community affairs. These activities include leadership roles with, among others, Saint John Neuman Catholic Church, Knoxville Catholic high School, and the Boy Scouts of America. And he somehow finds time to serve as a youth baseball coach. The University of Tennessee Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is pleased to claim Randy Inklebarger as a Distinguished Alumnus.