lloyd CraskLloyd Crask
M.S., P.E.

Email: lloydc@csufresno.edu

Office: Engineering East, Room 128

Phone: (559) 278-8745

Mailing Address: 2320 E. San Ramon Ave., MS/EE 94
Fresno, CA 93740-8030

Certifications & Qualifications:

  • Professional Registration - Civil Engineer, California 
  • Professional Registration - Geotechnical Engineer, California
  • Professional Registration - Civil Engineer, Arizona
  • Professional Registration - Civil Engineer, Utah

Education:

  • MBA, Management, Golden Gate University, 1997
  • MS, Civil Engineering - Geotechnical, California State University, Long Beach, 1982
  • BS, Civil Engineering, California Polytechnic University, Pomona, 1977

Grants & Funded Research:

  • PI, Outreach for Student Success, 2014, Acquisition and Retention of 1 st & 2nd year College Students in Construction Management Program
  • PI, Research Urban Planning, 2010, General Plan Update 2012 – Water, Sewer, and Drainage – CDBG Technical Grant for Madera County Planning Department
  • PI, Service Learning, 2010, EPICS – Engineering Projects in the Community Service – marrying learning and engagement multi- disciplinary teams involving freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior students in projects in the areas of human services, access and abilities, education and outreach, and the environment for the community.
  • PI, Construction Employee Association, 2009-2010, Instructional Improvement through Competition for 1st and 2nd year Junior College Students in Construction Management; Streamline Curriculum Process for Junior College Graduates at CSU  Fresno; Promotion of Construction Management in High Schools; Instruction/Hands on Activities in Laboratory a Setting.
  • PI, CDBG Technical Assistance Grant 11 - Madera County. Provide research and technical assistance to the Madera County Project Manager to review 31 Special Districts for “sewer, water, and drainage”   to update the General Plan for Madera County. The research component utilized a student intern for 300 hours.

Honors & Awards:

  • Outstanding Advisor Award 2016-2017 - California State University, Fresno
  • Exemplary Community Engagement and Service Learning Initiative 2011 - ECO-Village, Jan & Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning
  • Instructor of the Year 2007-2008 - College of Engineering

Industry Experience:

  • Geotechnical Division Manager, BSK Associates, Fresno, CA, USA
  • Vice President/Senior Associate, Kleinfelder, Inc., USA
  • Project Engineer, Richard Mills Associates, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, USA

Publications:

  • Thomas M. Korman, Ph.D, P.E., M.ASCE, Hal A. Johnston, C.P.E., Lloyd Crask, P.E., ”Development and Use of a Construction Engineering Gaming Simulation in the Global Environment”, presented at ASEE – PSW Section Conference; California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, 2012
  • M. Zoghi, L.Crask, B.Hyatt, Y.Luo , “Curriculum Innovation with Leadership Opportunities to Engage Students at All Levels , in proceedings of the 2012 ASEE PSW Section Conference, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, 2012 and 16th Annual faculty Publication Exhibit and Reception, California State University Fresno
  • "Feasibility of Implementing a Computer-Assisted Pavement Rehabilitation Decision Support System" for International Journal of Construction Education and Research. 2012 – Editorial Review
  • A Project Oriented Pedagogical Model for Construction Engineering Education using Cyberinfrastructure Tools, for the Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice. 2013 – Editorial Review
  • Crask, Lloyd, PE, Luo, Yupeng, PhD, Dyson, Arthur, AIA, Zoghi, Manoochehr, PhD, Hyatt, Bradley, PE, The ECO-Village Experience at California State University, Fresno: An Integrated approach to Service Learning, Journal Metropolitan Universities – An International Forum, July 2011 Vol. 23 No.3 Pages 16-26
  • Crask, Lloyd, PE, Luo,Yupeng (Vivien), PhD, Dyson, Arthur, AIA, ECO-VILLAGE: A Humane Solution to the Homeless, International Conference for Sustainable Design and Construction, American Society of  Civil Engineers, March 2011