Ting Pong Chan

Summary

Ting Pong Chan earned $74,071 in 2017 as an Assistant Civil Engineer for Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Engineering. Chan had worked in this position since May 23, 2016.

Chan earned more than 14.56% of employees in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Engineering.

Other Assistant Civil Engineers at Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Engineering

Name Position Salary Start Date
Masoud Rad Assistant Civil Engineer $112,615 07-22-1992
Izeddin Awaidah Assistant Civil Engineer $101,516 08-01-2001
Ramone Adams Assistant Civil Engineer $98,391 05-10-2010
Bradley Jelonek Assistant Civil Engineer $95,276 07-09-2007
Francisco Ramos Assistant Civil Engineer $93,695 02-06-2008
Margarita Patino Assistant Civil Engineer $87,931 01-07-2008
Paul Jacobs Assistant Civil Engineer $84,721 01-07-2015
Arnel Andrade Assistant Civil Engineer $84,678 04-15-2009
Jennifer Zhou Assistant Civil Engineer $83,856 02-24-2014
Krystian Ustupski Assistant Civil Engineer $43,713 05-17-2017
Mark Castillo Assistant Civil Engineer $43,078 06-05-2017
Constance Mihalache Assistant Civil Engineer $41,717 05-22-2017
Mircea Mihalache Assistant Civil Engineer $38,888 06-05-2017
Edward Jankun Assistant Civil Engineer $16,827 09-27-2017
Suhail Patel Assistant Civil Engineer $14,653 10-09-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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