Trygve Hoff, P.E., ENV SP
Trygve W. Hoff, P.E., ENV SP
Northeast Region Engineer
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
The Ohio State University
Currently based in Rochelle, Virginia, he has been working for the ACPA since 2012. As the Northeast Region Engineer, his job is to be a resource to the public agencies and design engineers who build their region's infrastructure. His typical day includes providing training to engineers, contractors, and public agencies. He spends his time reviewing local, state, or national specifications; responding to requests for more information or help from engineers within his region, and working with ACPA to ensure that concrete pipe remains the golden standard.
"Concrete pipe offers a resilience that competitive products just cannot match. By building with precast products, engineers and contractors have the ability to use a material that can survive extreme events and achieve its full life cycle. As engineers continue the necessary direction to more sustainable designs, they are coming to see that the 100-year service life of reinforced concrete pipe is truly the definition of sustainability."
Fun Fact: He enjoys carpentry and woodworking. He is currently studying the art and science of timber framing with the hope of building a timber-frame barn in the coming years.