A vice president with WSP USA, Paul Lutkevich has served as an electrical engineer and lighting designer providing engineering and project management services on projects across the United States for a wide range of projects such as urban roadways, bridges, tunnels, parks, buildings, and transit systems. He is also experienced in coordinating work with local, state, and federal agencies.
Paul is Past Chair of the Illuminating Engineering Society’s Roadway Lighting Committee. Currently he is serving as a member of the IES Criteria Committee. He is a member of the Commission Internationale De L’Eclairage (International Commission on Illumination). He is actively involved in the development of national and international standards for outdoor lighting. Paul was also a member of the US delegation in the FHWA/AASHTO Bilateral Lighting Technology Exchange Program between outdoor lighting experts and international organizations in Europe. He has been involved in research with the FHWA investigating topics concerning lighting and safety, visualization techniques, and context sensitive solutions.
In 2013, Paul received the Lifetime Achievement Award for Outstanding Research and Technical Contributions to the Lighting Field from the Illuminating Engineering Society Roadway Lighting Committee. He has also been recognized by the Institute of Transportation Engineers and the International Darksky Association for his contributions to the lighting field.
Paul is a registered professional engineer in several states.