Ethan Roemeling, PE, grew up in Alaska’s Capital City, fostering an appreciation and respect for Southeast Alaska and its communities. While attending Washington State University, Ethan returned to Juneau in the summers to develop his skills and gain experience working on engineering design and inspection projects. After graduating in 2016, he moved back to Juneau where he applied his civil engineering education to improve his community. Ethan is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and served as the Juneau Branch President from 2019-2020.
In June 2020, he joined the proHNS team and been a key player in our state, municipal, and private projects throughout Southeast Alaska. A well-rounded engineer, Ethan has a diverse skill set that includes materials testing, construction administration and inspection, permitting, drafting, specification writing, estimating, engineering design, and more. Ethan’s versatility allows him to successfully fill many roles, directly contributing to the continued success and rising reputation of proHNS.
Ethan lives in Juneau with his wife Sarah, daughter Ruby, and their dog Sugar. He enjoys living and working in Southeast Alaska and appreciates the abundance of opportunities that it offers both personally and professionally.