Tami will be the administrative officer of the Western Zone and a member of the NCEES Board of Directors for a two-year term

Patrick J. Tami, P.L.S., was commissioned Western Zone vice president of the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) at the organization’s 2008 Annual Meeting, held August 13–16 in Minneapolis. He will be the administrative officer of the Western Zone and a member of the NCEES Board of Directors for a two-year term

A resident of Roseville, California, Tami has been a member of the California Board for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors since 2006 and is the current board president. He has served on the NCEES Committee on Uniform Procedures and Legislative Guidelines. He has also assisted with the development of NCEES and state-specific surveying examinations.

A professional land surveyor for over 30 years, Tami is currently vice president of RBF Consulting, a design firm providing civil engineering, planning, and surveying services. He is a past president of the California Land Surveyors Association, a past chair of the East Bay Municipal Engineers Association and the Bay Counties Association of Civil Engineers and Land Surveyors, and a former member of the board of directors for the Western Federation of Professional Surveyors.