Professional Engineers in California Government:

Engineering California’s Future. Designing Projects for Today… and Generations to Come.

PECG represents 14,000 state-employed engineers and related professionals responsible for designing and inspecting California’s infrastructure, improving air and water quality, and developing clean energy and green technology.

California’s state engineers, architects, land surveyors, and design experts are engineering California’s future by:

✅ Designing and inspecting our highways and bridges

✅ Making our schools and hospitals earthquake resilient

✅ Helping to protect our water, air, and beaches from pollution

We are proud of our work serving all Californians.

Brad Shelton

Senior Engineering Geologist Supervisor
Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board

Wasim Ali

Air Resources Engineer
Air Resources Board

Harpreet Bhalla

Senior Control Engineer Supervisor
Water Resources

Rajive Chadha

Transportation Engineer Civil

Khristina Leyba

Water Resources Control Engineer
State Water Resources Control Board

“Engineering California’s Future,” will begin airing in the Redding/Chico and Eureka television viewing markets on July 8 and conclude on August 4.  The 30-second spot will reach an audience of roughly 333,000 households on local stations KIEM-TV (Eureka), KNVN (Chico), and CNN and MSNBC on cable.

The ad has been broadcast in Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, and Inyo counties and the Inland Empire. In 2023, it aired in the Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto and Fresno-Visalia media markets. So far, an estimated 2.5 million households in 29 counties throughout California have viewed “Engineering California’s Future.”