JEFFERSON CITY –Becky Allmeroth, who has served the Missouri Department of Transportation for the past 19 years, has been named state maintenance engineer following the retirement last month of Beth Wright. Allmeroth is a 1995 graduate of the University of Missouri- Rolla (now Missouri S&T). She started her MoDOT career as a highway designer in Willow Springs. In 1996, she transferred to the St. Louis District where she has worked in planning, federal aid and traffic. For the past six years, Allmeroth has served as maintenance and traffic operations engineer for the St. Louis region.
“In my new role, I am most excited about working on helping our statewide maintenance supervisors improve the efficiency of their work,” said Allmeroth. “With the reduction in funding for transportation and reduced level of maintenance, we have got to help them better plan, track and improve their work processes while allowing them to get out in the field more. We have a plan to make their jobs easier, and I am looking forward to get that moving.”
Outside of work, Allmeroth and her husband have three sons who are active in scouts and swimming.