Beata Busza

Summary

Beata Busza earned $144,239 in 2017 as a Principal Civil Engineer for Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Engineering. Busza had worked in this position since July 19, 2000.

Busza earned more than 86.97% of employees in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Engineering.

Other Principal Civil Engineers at Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Engineering

Name Position Salary Start Date
Paul O'Brien Principal Civil Engineer $155,611 07-11-1994
James Yurik Principal Civil Engineer $155,600 04-01-1991
Beth Zerfas Principal Civil Engineer $152,851 09-06-1995
Elizabeth Kogucki Principal Civil Engineer $152,851 09-11-1989
Sainath Venkat Principal Civil Engineer $148,998 11-05-1997
Louis Storino Principal Civil Engineer $147,287 01-12-1998
Marek Grabis Principal Civil Engineer $146,981 10-11-2000
Joseph Schuessler Principal Civil Engineer $146,955 07-15-1998
Paul Woszczak Principal Civil Engineer $146,955 01-21-1998
Carmen Scalise Principal Civil Engineer $146,007 05-30-2001
Daniel Feltes Principal Civil Engineer $145,031 06-30-2003
Junli Bai Principal Civil Engineer $141,808 12-01-2003
Gregory Koch Principal Civil Engineer $141,059 04-25-2005
Justine Skawski Principal Civil Engineer $141,059 08-29-2005
Denekew Getahun Principal Civil Engineer $140,171 07-02-1990
Cedric Robertson Principal Civil Engineer $133,880 06-25-2003
Yvonne Lefler Principal Civil Engineer $131,593 08-29-2007

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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