Kush graduated from Virginia Tech and with a B.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering in 2016. He has quickly ascended the ranks from Graduate Engineer to Project Engineer and received 4 promotion in 5 years along the way. Currently he serves as a Project Transportation Engineer at Rummel, Klepper & Kahl in their Highway Division. Kush is a licensed Professional Engineer, certified Envision Sustainability Professional, certified Associate in Project Management, DEQ certified E&SC Combined Administrator and Advanced Work Zone Training certified. He has worked on a variety of roadway design projects and retrofit projects, most notably the Prentice Drive and Lockridge Road West project.
Kush has been a member of ASCE since 2013 and is involved locally as the Secretary of the National Capital Younger Members Forum (YMF). At the society level, Kush is a member of the Transportation and Development Institute Younger Member Committee and a contributor for ASCE Collaborate. Kush has a passion for volunteering and often participates in community clean ups and serve as outreach coordinator for his office, where he frequently leads and organizes local outreach events.
Outside of ASCE, Kush serves as Sponsorships Chair for the Young Professional in Transportation -DC and Young Members Coordinator for the ASHE Potomac Section. He has also recently started a blog (http://www.kushvashee.com/blog) for Young Professionals, where he shares useful tips and experiences.