Karl Birky

Karl Birky, PE, PTOE


  • Oregon Professional Engineer #19348PE
    Licensed in civil engineering and traffic engineering
  • Washington Professional Engineer #45585
    Licensed in civil engineering
  • Professional Traffic Operations Engineer #2199
    Transportation Professional Certification Board, Inc.

Professional Background:

Senior Traffic Engineer
T.Y. Lin International, Salem, OR
Developed traffic control plans for bridge construction, consulted on traffic engineering issues, completed traffic impact analysis. The traffic engineering projects were the first engineering projects in the office not related to bridge design and construction.

Staff Engineer/Traffic Engineer
MultiTech Engineering, Inc., Salem, OR
Provided traffic engineering consultation, completed traffic impact studies for subdivisions and commercial developments, conducted transportation planning rule analysis for Oregon land use changes. Completed design of subdivisions and commercial sites, monitored and inspected work and represented the owner to agencies.

Executive Director
Mennonite Home of Albany, Albany, OR
Managed and organized staff at the direction of the Board of Directors for this nursing home and retirement community. The Board’s vision and goals were implemented. Home care was developed, independent living units were added and the nursing home was represented to government agencies, families, residents, the medical community and the 140 employees.

Board Chair (Pro Bono)
Friendsview Retirement Community, Newberg, OR
Chaired the Board of Directors of this 400 resident community during a 5 year expansion period that included the 42 unit Springbrook Meadows community. The board has transitioned from a management board to a governance board providing policy, mission and vision to the retirement community in this period.

Educational Background:

  • BS Civil Engineering, Oregon State University, member Phi Beta Kappa
  • MS Hospital and Health Services Administration, Ohio State University
  • BS Mathematics Education, Goshen College (IN)

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