Megan S. Jacobs, PE
Project Engineer
Construction Materials Services
Megan S. Jacobs, PE is a Project Engineer with 16 years of experience preparing proposals and providing project set-up for geotechnical and pavement evaluations. She also provides field engineering and construction materials testing services including deep foundation installation, shallow foundation subgrade verification, pavement subgrade evaluations, vibration monitoring, compaction testing of backfill, and concrete field testing. Megan reviews visual engineering soil classification for both geotechnical and pavement evaluations for proposed projects, and also provides project management for construction materials services (CMS) projects. She has a BS in Civil Engineering and is a registered Professional Engineer in Michigan.

Megan is known for going above and beyond when it comes to helping others succeed whether it is a client, a fellow SME team member, a friend or family member. She is well known as being a hard worker who is willing to put in the time and effort to meet project deadlines and each client’s expectations. Megan is a team player that is ready, willing and able to help with any issues that arise. She is never too busy to help someone no matter how large or small their need. Megan provides sensible solutions to CMS and other issues in a concise and timely manner.

Megan was proud to be SME’s Co-op of the year in 2002. She is a member of the National Association of Women In Construction (NAWIC) and in was voted NAWIC of the Year for the Lansing Chapter.

In her free time, Megan enjoys reading books, spending time with friends and family, cooking and baking. She likes to test out her experimental recipes on her fellow team members. She has been MSU’s number one football fan “since she was a baby” and holds season tickets. Some may even say she was born with a green and white spoon in her mouth. Megan also enjoys watching basketball, softball, and all college football. She also volunteers for the fall move-in at the MSU dormitories and cleaning up along Lansing’s River Trail.