Paul O'Brien earned $155,611 in 2017 as a Principal Civil Engineer for Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Engineering. O'Brien had worked in this position since July 11, 1994.
O'Brien earned more than 94.25% of employees in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Engineering.
Other Principal Civil Engineers at Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Engineering
|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|
|Paul Woszczak||Principal Civil Engineer||$146,955||01-21-1998|
|Joseph Schuessler||Principal Civil Engineer||$146,955||07-15-1998|
|Carmen Scalise||Principal Civil Engineer||$146,007||05-30-2001|
|Daniel Feltes||Principal Civil Engineer||$145,031||06-30-2003|
|Beata Busza||Principal Civil Engineer||$144,239||07-19-2000|
|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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