William (Bill) C. Lozier, P.E., P.S.
Bill Lozier is a 1984 graduate from Ohio University with B.S. in Civil Engineering. He began his career on the ODOT EIT program and subsequently held various positions there including location and design area engineer for ODOT Districts 2 and 5. He served as Deputy Engineer in Fairfield County for 4 years before returning to ODOT as Deputy Director of Highway Operations in 1999 until 2003. He spent the next 5 years at a large consulting firm where he was Associate Vice President of Transportation Planning, and Project Manager for several roadway improvement projects. Bill is also serving in his second appointed term by the Ohio Speaker of the House of Representatives on the Ohio Rail Development Commission. He is a past affiliate member of the Transportation Research Board and published a paper titled “A Case Study in Highway Maintenance Management: Ohio’s County Work Plans” in the Transportation Research Record. He is also a past member of Ohio University’s Civil Engineering Advisory Board, and serves there now as an adjunct instructor for a land surveying course and is Assistant Director of the OU Russ College of Engineering’s Robe Leadership Institute. In 2011 Bill became Licking County Engineer and he began serving in his second term in January, 2013.