Welcome to Taku Engineering
Breton Henry, EIT
Mechanical Engineer, EIT
Born and raised in Alaska, the outdoors have been an integral part of Bret’s life. Hunting, commercial fishing, and sports helped him to maintain an active lifestyle. Following high school, Bret joined the US Marine Corps. There, he was trained in the intelligence fields with a specialty in signals intelligence/electronic warfare. His military experience led him to the field of mechanical engineering.
Bret joined Taku Engineering in 2017 as an intern while attending the University of Alaska, Anchorage. As an Intern, Bret supported CP surveys and electrical inspections as well as mechanical designs. In 2018 Bret completed his undergraduate work at UAA and joined Taku Engineering full time as a Mechanical Engineer. His enjoyment of the outdoors while performing surveys led him to become a certified Cathodic Protection Technician (CP2). Bret has worked in rural Alaska in locations including mines, pipelines, refineries, marine facilities, docks, bulk fuel storage terminals, electrical generation plants, and water/wastewater facilities.
Bret plans to continue to better the state of Alaska through his professional and personal activities. He is an active member of his community and enjoys spending time outside of work with family and friends.
B.S. Mechanical Engineering
Licenses and Certifications:
NACE – Certified Cathodic Protection Technician – CP2 No. 70045