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George G, Brosius, Jr.

Senior Bridge-Structures Project-Department Manager

Ramsey, United States
Industry Category: Engineers
Relocation Preferences: United States
Personal Website Link:: http://ggbrosius2012.com
July 11, 2012

Re: Senior Bridge-Structural Project-Department Manager

To whom it may concern,

I am a Professional Engineer in the States of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, with over 30 years of design, project and department management experience on diverse infrastructure projects in the New York metropolitan area. I managed multi-discipline design and design-build projects for state, regional authority, municipal and private clients including: NJDOT, NJHA, a number of New Jersey and New York county, municipal and public works agencies PANYNJ, NYSDOT, NYCDOT, ConnDOT, MassDOT, MDOT, TxDOT, NYCDEP, NYSTA, the PA Turnpike, the LIRR, Con Edison of New York, and Kiewit Infrastructure Constructors.

Throughout my career, I worked on the following significant projects: design of the Arrivals & Departure Ramp bridges at the JFK Airport IAT and the design of new bridges for the PIP ramp to the Lower Level of the GWB, for the PANYNJ; Wind & Seismic Analysis of the Walkway over the Hudson Bridge, Poughkeepsie, NY; design of new highway bridges in NY, NJ, MA, WV, and AK; design of two light rail/bus way bridges for the Allegheny County Port Authority in PA; design of thru-truss and tied-arch bridges over the Ohio River; design of the New River Gorge tied arch bridge in WV; inspection and rehabilitation of girder, truss and bascule highway and railroad bridges in NY, NYC, NJ, CT, MA, MI, PA, WV, for the LIRR and for Conrail/CSX; inspection and rehabilitation of rail tunnels, airport and business enterprise facilities for the PANYNJ; inspection and rehabilitation of waste treatment plants for the NYCDEP; inspection and rehabilitation of transit repair facilities for the NYCTA; inspection and rehabilitation of school facades for the NYCDDC and the NJEDA; and the design of special structures including the Penn State football stadium expansion, and the Alyaska Pipeline Bridge.

I am confident that I have the requisite background to succeed in the position of Senior Bridge-Structural Project-Department Manager. I look forward to the opportunity to further discuss my qualifications and the specific requirements of the position mpany.

Sincerely,

George G. Brosius, Jr., PE

George G, Brosius, Jr.'S Overview

Resume:
Resume - George G. Brosius, Jr., PE
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Objective: Senior Bridge-Structural Design and Inspection Project-Department Manager
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Qualifications:
Professional Engineer with over 30 years of structural design, project and department management experience on diverse infrastructure structural projects in the New York metropolitan area and 12 years of structural design and project management experience in Pennsylvania. The projects included bridge, culvert, drainage structure, tunnel and building facility inspection; bridge, drainage, tunnel and building rehabilitation design; and bridge, drainage structure, retaining structure and geotechnical design projects for the following structures and facilities: highway bridge, retaining and drainage structures; fixed, movable and major river crossing highway bridges; fixed railroad bridges; port authority tunnel and building facilities; school facilities and special structures. These projects were completed for state, municipal and private agencies located in the following states: New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Michigan, Massachusetts, Delaware, Arkansas, Texas and Alaska, and private clients including Con Edison and design-build projects with Kiewit Construction.
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Education: BSCE, Civil Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
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Achievements/Affiliations:
Chi-Epsilon, Pennsylvania State University,
NCO Training Course, USAR, Ft, Indiantown Gap, PA
Dale Carnegie Effective Speaking,
Dale Carnegie Leadership Training for Managers, Transportation Research Board Presentation, Innovative Truss Rehabilitation
Metals in Construction, article:
New International Arrivals Building at JFK Features Futuristic Design and New Elevated Roadways
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Licenses/Registrations:
Professional Engineer, Pennsylvania,
Professional Engineer, New York
Professional Engineer, New Jersey


Employment History:
VI. WSP Sells - 555 Pleasantville Road, South Building, P.O. Box 2650, Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510
V. TranSystems Architect & Engineer/ Lichtenstein Consulting Engineers, 350 Fifth Avenue, Suite 924, NY, NY 10118
IV. Earth Tech / TAMS - Associate, 655 Third Avenue, NY, NY 10017
III. Boswell Engineering, 330 Phillips Ave., Box 3152 South Hackensack, NJ 07606
II. Baker Engineers, Elmsford, NY, 400 Executive Blvd, Elmsford, NY 10523
I. Michael Baker, Jr., Inc., Harrisburg, PA, 2763 N 4th Street, Harrisburg, PA 17105
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Computer Software Experience:
STADD, STRESS, MDX, ConSYS, Optimate Descus I & II, WinSEISAB, Bentley RC Pier, Microsoft Office
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Significant Project Experience:

VI. WSP Sells, Briarcliff Manor, NY:

Position: Senior Project Manager/Principal Design Engineer: Project management, design, CSS support services, contract management, and project performance:

New York State Bridge Authority, Walkway over the Hudson Bridge (WOTH), As-Built Design Review Report: Senior Project Manager for professional consulting services to perform the As-built Design Review of the Walkway over the Hudson structure (WOTH). The WOTH Bridge is located in New York, spanning over the Hudson River and connecting Town of Lloyd in Ulster County to the City of Poughkeepsie, in Dutchess County.

The original Poughkeepsie Highland Railroad Bridge construction began in 1873, was suspended in from the early 1880s, until 1886, and was completed in 1890. From 1906 to 1907, a major reconstruction of the Main Span was completed consisting of a new center truss, which is about 50 percent heavier than the north and south trusses, and a new floor system. This work included the addition of a third A-frame to the main span substructures to support the new center truss. Also in 1906, the approach girder spans were replaced, center columns were added to many of the approach bents, and the approach trusses were reinforced. From 1917 to 1918, the floor system was replaced with a stronger floor system that remains today. The Poughkeepsie Highland Railroad Bridge ended rail service in 1974 following a decline in demand for the use of this particular bridge.

The original Poughkeepsie Highland Railroad Bridge is over 6,767 feet long and consists of 73 spans, in three (3) segments:

1)Main Span Bridge, crossing the Hudson River, 3,094 feet length: The Main Span trusses are comprised of two (2), 191 foot long anchor spans at each end of the bridge, three (3), 530 foot long cantilever spans, and two (2), 509 foot long fixed spans. Each cantilever span includes a 212 foot, simple span Warren truss suspended from two (2), 159 foot long cantilever arms. All spans have three (3), longitudinal lines of trusses spaced at 15 feet on center, for a total width of 30 feet between the centerlines of the north and south exterior trusses. The longitudinal spacing between the centerline of bents at each pier is as follows: Piers 1 and 6, 20 feet and Piers 2 thru 5, 16 feet. The substructure for the main span bridge consists of two (2), concrete anchor piers (Piers 0 and 7), two (2) land based steel towers founded on concrete piers (Piers 1 and 6), and four (4) steel towers anchored to concrete and masonry piers supported by concrete filled timber cribbing (Piers 2 thru 5). The average deck level above the Hudson River is 212 feet. Piers 0, 1, 6 and 7 are on land and are supported on concrete foundations.
2)West Approach, 1,033 feet length: The West Approach is comprised of 19 truss and girder spans. The superstructures are supported on sixteen (16), variable height steel column bents, two (2), concrete footings and one (1), concrete abutment.
3)East Approach, 2,640 feet length: The East Approach consists of 47 truss and girder spans. The superstructures are supported on forty six (46) variable height, transverse steel bents, founded on either concrete pedestals or cut stone blocks at the base of each bent column, and one (1), concrete abutment.

The current WOTH Bridge pedestrian walkway deck, consisting of precast concrete panels and supported on elements of the existing steel superstructure floor system, was constructed in 2009. Pedestrian railing, meeting the minimum height requirements for pedestrian and bicycle safety, and lighting was installed along the entire length of the bridge. Protective barrier fence was also installed over all roadway and railroad crossings.

Under the WSP Sells Agreement with the NYSBA, I managed the engineering analysis and evaluation required to assess the as-built vulnerability of the structure under its current slab dead loading and pedestrian live loading condition. I prepared the report that documented the results generated from the structural analysis, computer analysis models, load capacity rating to support and evaluation based on extreme load analysis including: seismic, high wind velocity, ice flows, ship collision loads, and scour and outlined recommendations for future monitoring, rehabilitation, and operational restrictions.

This analyses and report was prepared in accordance with the design specifications: AASHTO Guide Specifications for Design of Pedestrian Bridges, 1997, and AASHTO Standard Specifications for Highway Bridges, 17th Edition, both using allowable stress design (ASD), and listed hereafter as the AASHTO Code.
I also managed additional design services that included preparing design documents for the repair, on a priority basis, of bridge anchor bolts and bracing members that were found to be overstressed due to high wind velocity loadings under the current AASHTO Code. The repairs were completed under two construction contracts. The first contract was for the repair of the West Approach and East Approach tower bent bracing and anchor bolts. The second contract was for the repair of the Main Span bridge tower bent anchor bolts, bent bracing, deck truss lateral bracing and sway bracing. ($492,000 Design Fee) (June 2011 to May 2012) ($5,000,000, Priority Repairs Construction Cost)

Columbia University, Manhattanville Campus, W. 130th Street and W. 131st Street Structures, Phase CD and Phase DD Design Documents: Principal Design Engineer, for the preliminary and final design of street structures that will support the W. 130th Street and W. 131st Street roadways, between Broadway and Riverside Drive, at the Manhattanville Campus. The design of the street structures was performed in two design phases that was fully coordinated with the contiguous Manhattanville Campus building facility, foundation, structural and architectural designs performed by others.

The Phase CD preliminary design addressed NYCDOT conceptual design comments and included the submission of the preliminary design documents for the W. 131st Street support structure and the W. 130th Street support structure, to the NYCDOT for final design approval. The Phase CD design included the design of structural steel superstructures and reinforced concrete slabs and walls, that will retain and support the 8-8 minimum depth of roadway fill, required by NYCDOT, to support the street and sidewalk pavements, within the 60 foot street wide right-of-way, comprising. The steel superstructures will be supported by a grid of structural steel columns that will be embedded in drilled concrete shaft foundations. The concrete shafts will be drilled through existing soil to the final depth of the building facility located below the street structures superstructures. This top-down construction approach, will allow the construction of the drilled concrete shafts, steel columns and street structures, prior to the future excavation that will be required for the construction of the below grade building levels that will located below the street structures.

The Phase DD final design consisted of preparing final design plans and specifications for the Contractor Pricing Submissions and the final Bid Document Submissions for the 374 feet long W, 131st Street support structure and the 740 feet long W. 130th Street support structure. The Phase DD final design documents included street structure plans and elevations, structural steel framing plans, typical sections, floor beam/girder schedules, and structural steel details, deck slab plans and deck sections, for the street support structures. The top-down construction approach required design documents for the interim waterproofing of the structural steel members that will be exposed to saturated soils, located below the existing water table, until such time as the future excavation of the existing below grade soil has been completed, as well design documents for the permanent waterproofing of the concrete slabs that will support the street roadways fills. . ($150,000 Design Fee)

New York State Department of Transportation, Region 8, I - 287 Cross Westchester Expressway (CWE), at Westchester Avenue (Interchange 8), Construction Support Services Senior Engineer for the preparation of various RFI responses and Field Change Drawings at four (4) interchange bridges, three (3) precast concrete culverts, five (5) soldier pile lagging, precast concrete panel, retaining walls, GRES walls, and various temporary sheet pile walls, included in the WSP Sells design contract.

New York State Thruway Authority, Roadway Reconstruction, Interchange 23 to 24, Milepost 141.35 to 148,2, Construction Support Services: Senior Engineer for the review of shop drawings for nine (9) precast concrete noise walls and foundations, for approximately 10,400 linear feet of noise walls, and four (4) overhead sign structures at various locations within the contract.. The services provided included the review of the precast concrete noise wall design calculations, welding pre-qualifications and procedures, and shop drawings for the noise walls and sign structures.

V. TranSystems Architect & Engineer / Lichtenstein Consulting Engineers, NY, NY:

Position: Senior Professional / Team Leader / Supervisor / Senior Project Manager: Supervison and senior project management of multimillion dollar fee assignments, client management, project performance, technical supervision, staff development and marketing on the following projects:

Kiewit Infrastructure Contractors, Hell Gate Viaduct Falling Ballast Hazard Mitigation Contract 1062, Bronx, NY: Senior Project Manager for fast tracked, design-build project completed in four months. Prepared design documents for FRP grating and hardware in 3 girder bays on the 5,000+ foot long, 74 viaduct/truss spans, between piers 4 and 83. Performed hands-on inspection of the existing FRP grating in spans 73 to 80 to determine its condition and evaluate if the grating would remain or be replaced. Prepared FRP grating design calculations, and design details, for FRP grating and girder connection hardware. Reviewed the FRP grating and connection fabrication specifications for compliance with the design, and prepared as-built design plans to coordinate with the field conditions encountered by Kiewit Construction. ($208,842 Design Fee)

Con Edison, Access for 69kV Feeder Repair and Conceptual Design of 138kV and 69kV Feeder Supports, on the Queensboro Bridge, between Manhattan and Queens Counties, NY: Senior Project Manager for the preparation of performance specifications for the repair of 69kV feeder facility and the conceptual design report for the repair of the 138kV and 69kV feeder supports. The initial phase of the work consisted of performing a visual inspection of the 69kV and 139kV feeders and supports using the bridge travelers to provide inspection access. The second phase of the work included the preparation of a report that evaluated feasible access options and provided recommended preferred access options for the repair of nitrogen leaks in the 69kV feeders casing pipes, at five locations on the Queensboro Bridge. The evaluation included the analysis of the existing traveler and bridge stringers/floor beams for the temporary scaffolding and Q-deck platform loads that will provide Con Edison access to the repair locations. The results of the analysis and the recommended preferred options were submitted in a report. A performance specification will be prepared for the access and repair of the 69kV feeders. The third phase of the work will include preparing conceptual design details and a report for the repair of deteriorated 69kV and 138 kV feeder supports. The conceptual design phase will include preparing a feeder computer model and feeder analysis, the preparation of conceptual design details for the repair of the feeder supports and the preparation of a conceptual design report. ($178,433 Design Fee)

Con Edison / Kiewit Construction, Bridge Floor System Analysis for QDeck Loads, Repair of Con Edison 138kV Facility on the Queensboro Bridge, Queens, NY: Senior Project Manager for the preparation of Q-deck temporary hanging platform plans and calculations required for the fast track repair by Con Edisons of its 138kV feeder splice located on the Queens anchor span of the Queensbury bridge facility. The work consisted of preparing design plans and bridge floor systems analysis calculations, for the temporary Q-deck platforms that were suspended from the bridge stringers and floor beams, submitting the platform design and floor systems analysis documents to NYCDOT for review and approval, construction of the Q-deck platforms by Kiewit Construction, completion of the splice repair by Con Edison and the complete removal of the temporary platforms and stairways by Kiewit Construction, within the 6 month period before the October peak winter electrical power demand period.($111,000 Design Fee)

New York State Department of Transportation, Region 11 RDSA, CSS for Assignment #4, Painting of 12 Bridges on Long Island Expressway, Queens County: Senior Project Manager providing construction support services for the painting of 12 bridges on the Long Island Expressway, including the mile long viaduct carrying the Long Island Expressway and the BQE Interchange bridge carrying the BQE over the LIE in Queens NY. The services provided included attending field visits and meetings, preparing design responses to unanticipated or changed field conditions, interpreting and clarifying design and contractor requests for information, reviewing contractor submissions and shop drawings, and preparing field change sheet. ($100,000 Design Fee)

New York State Department of Transportation, Region 11 RDSA, CSS for Assignment #2, Corrective and Preventative Maintenance of Masonry on NYSDOT Retaining Walls, Various Locations in all NYC Counties: Senior Project Manager providing construction support services for the Corrective and Preventative Maintenance of Masonry on NYSDOT Retaining Walls. The services provided included attending field visits and meetings, as requested by the NYSDOT, preparing design responses to unanticipated or changed field conditions, preparing field change sheets, interpreting and clarifying design and contractor requests for information and review of contractor submissions and shop drawings. Shop drawings review included the review of the approximately 2600 feet of simulated brick precast concrete panels to be constructed in the BQE trench, located in Brooklyn. ($100,000 Design Fee)

New York State Thruway Authority, Tappan Zee Bridge Deck Joint Replacement: Senior Project Manager for the causeway deck superstructure replacement between piers 83 and span 166 under nighttime staged traffic construction phases. The work involved preparing contract plans, specifications and cost estimates for the replacement of the causeway deck superstructure supporting traffic lanes 3, 4 and 5 on the Tappan Zee Bridge. The work also included inspecting and preparing plans for the repair of deteriorated lower lateral bracing, gusset plates and floor beams located under the originally open gutters on the main thru truss spans. ($209,000 Design Fee)

New York State Department of Transportation, Region 11 RDSA, and CSS for Assignment #1, Sign Structures Repair or Replacement, Design Response to Unanticipated or Changed Field Conditions, Various Locations: Senior Project Manager providing construction support services for the repair and replacement of 49 sign structures. The services provided included attending field visits and meetings, as requested by the NYSDOT, preparing design responses to unanticipated or changed field conditions, preparing field change sheets, interpreting and clarifying design and contractor requests for information and review of contractor submissions and shop drawings. ($200,000 Design Fee)

NYSDOT, Bridge Design Phases I-IV Design Report for the Rehabilitation of 8 bridges at or near the Grand Central Parkway/Clearview Expressway Interchange, Queens, New York: Senior Project Manager for the preparation of the Design Report to rehabilitate eight bridges at and near the Grand Central Parkway (GCP)/Clearview Expressway (CVE) interchange. The Design Report included the following investigations, analyses and recommendations for bridge rehabilitation: in-depth inspection and deck evaluation reports; load ratings analysis; fatigue analysis; seismic analysis of the A-frame center steel pier and concrete piers supporting the four-level interchange carrying the GCP over the CVE; design survey and mapping; right-of-way investigation; preparation of abstract request maps and preliminary acquisition plans; tree survey and preliminary landscaping design plans; hazardous site investigations and HAZMAT assessment reports; air, noise and energy assessment reports; traffic accident and highway substandard features assessments; preliminary work zone traffic control plans, including construction staging and detour plans; preliminary highway and ramp operational and safety improvement plans; life cycle cost analyses and, preliminary design plans for deck replacement, superstructure/substructure rehabilitation and seismic retrofit of the eight bridges. ($2.147 Million Design Fee)

Texas Department of Transportation, Expansion of North Tarrant Highway, IH 820, between IH 35W and SH 26,
Fort Worth District, Texas: Senior Project Manager for the design-build proposal to construct a 7,500 foot long, 65 span, 4 lane, P/S concrete I-girder viaduct to connect the mainline IH 820 to SH 26, and, six braded IH 820 access/egress ramps varying in length from 680 feet to 930 feet. ($150 million Construction Estimate)

New York State Department of Transportation, Region 11 RDSA, Assignment #4, Phases V-VI Design Documents for the Painting of Various Bridges Long Island Expressway, Queens, NY: Senior Project Manager for the Phase V-VI Design and preparation of design proposal plans and documents for the painting of 12 bridges, located on Long Island Expressway, Queens County. All the bridges are under a 12-year cycle maintenance program, and were last painted in early 1990. The scope of work includes: preparing painting special specifications including special notes, MPT detour plans, work zone access plans, landscape restoration plans and details, and the PS&E proposal package, incorporating comments from all involved agencies, and preparing special specifications, special notes and construction cost estimates, including the rail road force account for the CSX work, and supplying the NYSDOT with the information needed to obtain the construction permits from CSX, NYCDOT-OCMC and the NYCDPR. ($443,000 Design Fee)

New York State Department of Transportation, Region 11 RDSA, Assignment #3, Constructability Review for Alexander Hamilton Bridge Rehabilitation, Bronx, NY: Senior Project Manager for a constructability review of ADP phase design documents, prepared by another consultant, for the rehabilitation of the Alexander Hamilton Bridge and interchange, including the review of over 1100 sheets of plans and other provided documents for major, staged reconstruction of main bridge and ramps. This was an independent constructability review performed in compliance with EI 99-013. Following the completion of the review, presented findings and recommendations to the NYSDOT staff, and prepared a project constructability report to document the significant issues and how they are addressed in the contract. Final deliverable was a summary report detailing the findings and recommendations for modification to the plans that were presented to the NYSDOT and design consultant. ($330,000 Design Fee)

New York State Thruway Authority, Tappan Zee Bridge Deck Joint Replacement: Senior Project Engineer for the staged construction of 10 modular deck joints, under staged traffic phases, The work involved the staged replacement of existing finger joints, three located on the main thru truss and seven located over the west deck truss piers, in conjunction with the partial superstructure replacement of lanes 1, 2, 6 and 7, on the Tappan Zee Bridge. The modular joints were designed to be constructed at night under staged traffic conditions. ($145,000 Design Fee)

New York State Department of Transportation, Region 11 RDSA, Assignment #2, Corrective and Preventative Maintenance of Masonry on Retaining Walls, Kings, Richmond & New York Counties, NY: Senior Project Manager for the Phase I-VI inspection, report, and design of preventive maintenance repair details, for approximately 300 NYSDOT owned retaining walls within Kings, Richmond and New York counties, and approximately 20 retaining walls in Queens and Bronx counties. The scope of work included the following: performed visual inspection, performed in-depth inspection of approximately 40 damaged or highly priority deteriorated walls, updated the wall database, prepared a Scope Summary Memorandum/Design Report for the project, prepared repair details and work orders for when and where contract to rectify emergency type situations detected during field inspection and preparation of PS&E design documents for the corrective and preventative maintenance repairs of masonry on approximately 40 retaining walls. ($1.283 Million Design Fee)

New York State Department of Transportation, Region 11 RDSA, Assignment #1 for Replacement of Overhead Sign Structures Various Locations, All NYC Counties, NY: Senior Project Manager for the design and preparation of plans and specifications for the repair and replacement of sign structures along various highways in New York City under the Jurisdiction of New York State DOT. Contract documents were prepared for approximately 49 sign structures for replacement and approximately 35 additional sign structures for repair. Under this contract, all services necessary for Phase V-VI design were provided, including: a search of available documents, the investigation of existing conditions at each site, a baseline and topographic survey at each site, development of work zone traffic control design and the development of PS&E documents for the replacement and repair of the sign structures. Coordination with various City and State agencies was required. This work will also include a GPS inventory of all new sign structures and existing guide rail, impact attenuators and other construction or devices used in concurrence with the sign structures. ($1.665 Million Design Fee)

NYSDOT, Phases I-IV Design Services for the Rehabilitation of 8 Bridges at or near the Grand Central Parkway/Clearview Expressway Interchange, Queens, New York: Senior Project Manager for Phase I-IV preliminary design for deck replacement and rehabilitation of five, multi-level interchange bridges carrying the mainline Grand Central Parkway (GCP) and ramps over the mainline Clearview Expressway (CVE). The rehabilitation also includes the following three bridges near the GCP/CVE interchange: the bridge carrying eight-lanes of the GCP over Bell Boulevard, the 182nd Avenue Bridge over the CVE, and the 188th Street Bridge over the GCP. The interchange bridges and ramps were investigated to determine appropriate work for their complete restoration and safety upgrading. All existing environmental, operational and safety conditions were documented evaluated and incorporated, where feasible, for the final rehabilitation design phases. Responsibilities for the Phase I-IV preliminary design, included the following engineering investigations, plans and report: in-depth inspection of bridges and existing highway conditions, deck evaluation, bridge load ratings, bridge fatigue analysis, bridge seismic analysis for seismic retrofitting, cultural resources study and report, design survey, right-of-way study, tree survey, hazardous materials site investigations and reports, air, noise and energy assessments and report, traffic counts, accident studies, highway substandard features and safety assessments, conceptual work zone traffic control design plans, preparing preliminary highway and bridge rehabilitation plans and preparing the final Design Report. Coordination with various City and Federal agencies was also required. ($2.147 Million Design Fee)

NYSDOT, Design Phase V-VI for Deck Replacement and Rehabilitation of Nassau Expressway/Southern Parkway Ramp Interchange, and, Design Phase I-IV for Inspection and Preliminary Design Report for the Rehabilitation of Seven Bridges, Queens, New York: Senior Project Manager for Phase V-VI final design services for the rehabilitation of two, multi-level, bridges. The upper level bridge of the interchange carries two lanes of traffic from Southern Parkway eastbound to Nassau Expressway eastbound. The middle level bridge of the interchange carries two lanes of Nassau Expressway eastbound traffic over South Conduit Avenue (three lanes). Both bridges are three-span continuous superstructure with multiple steel girders. The Phase V-VI design included preparing bridge live load ratings, fatigue analysis, seismic retrofit design, preliminary rehabilitation design plans and PS&E contract documents for the bridge deck replacement and rehabilitation. Construction support services also provided. (Construction Cost: $10 Million)

Senior Project Manager for Phase I-IV preliminary design services to include: in-depth bridge inspection, bridge deck evaluation and the preparation of a preliminary plans and design report for bridge rehabilitation and deck replacement of seven multi-span, grade separation bridges, including two, multi- level interchange bridges carrying Southern Parkway Ramp over Nassau Expressway and South Conduit Avenue. Phase I-IV design included in-depth inspection, deck evaluation, bridge live load ratings, fatigue analysis, seismic vulnerability analysis and the preparation of design reports and preliminary plans and design report for the recommended deck replacement and bridge rehabilitation. ($0.5 Million Design Fee)

MTA Long Island Railroad (LIRR), Bridge and Viaduct Inspection and Rehabilitation, Queens and Long Island, NY: Deputy Project Manager for the in-depth inspection, rating, design report and rehabilitation design services for this GEC Contract. The bridges that were assessed included 499 bridges and viaducts and 2,440 spans on the LIRR Mainline, Atlantic, Central, Far Rockaway, Jamaica, Hempstead, Long Beach, Montauk, Oyster Bay, Port Jefferson, Port Washington lines. The bridge inspections below track level were conducted during weekday and evening periods while track level inspections were conducted during weekend, periods, to accommodate LIRR operations. Track level inspections are also completed with flagging services provided by the LIRR. All bridges were rated for as-built and as-inspected conditions. Inspection and Rating Reports were prepared in conjunction with the preparation of a system-wide prioritization computer program for the rehabilitation and replacement of the bridges. ($7 Million Design Fee)

IV. Earth Tech / TAMS, NY, NY:

Position: Principal Structural Engineer/Senior Project Manager/Associate: Structural project management, design, project performance, quality control and assurance, staff technical supervision for the following structural projects:

Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Palisades Interstate Parkway Connector Ramp to George Washington Bridge, Fort Lee, New Jersey: Principal Structural Design Task Leader for the design of the new 2,700-foot long 2 lane ramp from the PIP to the lower level of the GWB, consisting of the following structures: a 200-foot long, 3-span composite, curved steel plate girder bridge carrying the ramp over Hudson Terrace in Fort Lee; three, 50-foot long concrete rigid frame bridges carrying local streets over the ramp; 200 feet of concrete retaining walls carrying the cantilevered concrete frame roadway of the local Service Street roadway over the ramp; and the rock face tie backs at the toe of 180 feet of existing concrete retaining walls to remain. All ramp structures were designed in accordance with the AASHTO LRFD Specifications except the curved, 3-span steel bridge which was designed in accordance with the AASHTO LFD Specifications. (Construction Cost: $65 million)

New York State Department of Transportation, Cross Bronx Expressway, Bronx, NY: Project Manager. The work included the Phase I-IV design services for the following: completed in-depth inspections, preparing Bridge Rehabilitation Project (BRPR) Reports, prepared live load ratings and preliminary design for the rehabilitation or replacement of thirteen single span concrete frame and multiple-span steel beam vehicular bridges. (Construction Cost: $25 to $30 million)

Port Authority of NY&NJ, International Arrivals Terminal 4, JFK International Airport, Queens, NY: Principal Structural Engineer responsible for the design of the landside arrivals and departures ramp bridges. The work included the design, preparation of drawings, specifications and quantity estimates for a total of 4,000-linear-feet of multilane viaduct bridges carrying arrival and departure traffic at JFKs International Arrivals Terminal 4. The arrival ramps consist of two, 850 foot-long, eleven-span bridges, plus two, 350-foot-long, four-span bridges. The departure ramps included two, 600 foot-long bridges, averaging seven spans each, plus a 170 foot-long, two-span bridge. Span lengths vary from 53-feet to 123-feet. The bridge superstructure consisted of bifurcated, curved, continuous multi beam, steel plate girders with integral steel pier and concrete deck. The substructures consist of pile-supported concrete piers and abutments and approximately 1,400 linear-feet of retaining walls. The bridges were designed for current AASHTO seismic loadings, including soil liquefaction. The construction was staged and approximately 300-linear-feet of temporary bridges were constructed to maintain terminal access throughout construction. (Construction Cost: Roadways $ 100-million)

New York City Department of Environmental Protection, Tallman Island WPCP, Interim Plant Upgrade, Queens, NY: Principal Structural Engineer responsible for the upgrade of existing plant facilities and the design of new plant structures. New structures included a 20,000-square-foot combined residual handling facility; a 6,500-square-foot miscellaneous shops expansion of the pump and blower building; a 5,000 square-foot chlorine building expansion and 1,000 linear feet of new utility tunnels. Structural upgrades included replacement of four (4) sludge digester tank covers, replacement of a gas holder and new compressor building, re-support ten of (10) pump and air blower engines, main sewer influent pumps, and screens in the pump and blower house and concrete plant-wide repairs to preliminary settling tanks, aeration tanks, final settling tanks.

New York City Department of Design and Construction, 1999-2001 NYC School Renovation Program, Bronx and Brooklyn, NY: Principal Structural Engineer responsible for the structural renovation of 12 school buildings. Field services included probing and inspecting deteriorated brick and limestone masonry exteriors, concrete foundations and settled concrete slabs to identify underlying causes for the deterioration. Design phase services included preparing reconstruction plans and specifications for required structural steel and masonry repairs. Construction phase services included the field inspection of exposed structural members to delineate repair limits and review of shop drawings for structural repairs and window replacement.

New York City Department of Design and Construction, 2002 NYC School Renovation Program, Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens, NY: Principal Structural Engineer responsible for the structural renovation of 4 school buildings. Field services included probing and inspecting deteriorated brick and limestone masonry exteriors to identify underlying causes for the deterioration. Design phase services included preparing construction plans and specifications for required structural steel and concrete repairs. Construction phase services included the field inspection of exposed structural members to delineate repair limits and review of shop drawings for structural repairs and window replacement.

New Jersey Economic Development Authority, 2002 New Jersey School Renovation Program, Elizabeth, Jersey City and Hoboken, NJ: Principal Structural Engineer responsible for the renovation of 5 school buildings. Field services included probing and inspecting deteriorated brick and limestone masonry exteriors to identify underlying causes for the deterioration. Design phase services included preparing construction plans and specifications for required structural steel and concrete repairs. Construction phase services included the field inspection of exposed structural members to delineate repair limits and review of shop drawings for structural repairs and window replacement.

III. Boswell Engineering, South Hackensack, NJ:

Position: Structural Department Manager and Chief Structural Engineer: Supervision and administration of 10 to 15 structure department staff, including marketing, budget administration, project scheduling, technical supervision and quality control of the department for the following projects:

New Jersey Department of Transportation, Inspection of 42 Bridges on the Garden State Parkway: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the biennial inspection of 42 off system single and multiple span vehicular bridges, under one contract, in the county of Sussex, NJ for the New Jersey State Department of Transportation, carrying local roads over various roadways, streams and railroads. The work included performing the condition inspection, structural inventory appraisal, load factor rating and condition survey report to each structure.

County of Bergen Department of Public Works, Replacement of 3 Bridges over the Ho-Ho-Kus Brook in the Borough of Waldwick, NJ: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the design of the replacement for the West Prospect Street Bridge, Hopper Avenue Bridge and the Wyckoff Avenue Bridge. The work included preparing plans, specifications and estimates for demolition and replacement of the following vehicular bridges, approach roadway reconstruction and safety improvements, the re-support of utilities, stream bank protection and the maintenance and protection of traffic during construction.

Borough of Elmwood Park, NJ, Replacement of the Market Street Culvert over Fleischer Brook, in Elmwood Park, NJ: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the design of the replacement culvert. The work included preparing plans, specifications and estimates for demolition and replacement of a single span bridge with single cell pre-cast concrete box culvert box culvert with cast in place concrete headwalls, wing walls and aprons.

Bergen County Department of Public Works, Replacement of the East Glen Avenue and Meadowbrook Avenue Bridges over the Ho-Ho-Kus Brook, Ridgewood, NJ: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the demolition and replacement of the East Glen Avenue Bridge and Meadowbrook Avenue Bridge over the Ho-Ho-Kus Brook in the Borough of Ridgewood, NJ. The work included preparing plans, specifications and estimates for demolition and replacement of the bridges, the construction of stream bank retaining walls, floodway dikes and spillways, the re-support of utilities, intersection roadway and signalization reconstruction, safety improvements and the maintenance and protection of traffic during construction.

Essex County Department of Public Works, Replacement of the Pierson Road Bridge, Maplewood, NJ: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the design of the superstructure replacement for the Pierson Road Bridge in Maplewood, NJ for the Essex County Department of Public Works. The project included the replacement of a single span, concrete encased I-beam superstructure with a pre-stressed adjacent concrete box beam superstructure and associated approach roadway safety improvements.

New Jersey Department of Transportation, Replacement of the Harrison Street Bridge, Nutley, NJ: Project management, design and quality assurance for the demolition and design for the replacement of the single span concrete encased I beam bridge with a pre-stressed adjacent box beam superstructure, reinforced concrete abutments and wing walls, gabion retaining walls, utility relocation and support, stream protection and associated approach roadway safety improvements.

Borough of Woodcliff Lake, NJ, Replacement of the Werimus Road Culvert over Musquapsink Brook, Woodcliff Lake, NJ: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the design of the replacement for the Werimus Road Culvert . The work included preparing plans, specifications and estimates for demolition and replacement of a single span bridge with a 60 foot long, 4-9 x 12 single-cell pre-cast concrete box culvert with cast in place concrete headwalls, wing walls and aprons.

Borough of Elmwood Park, NJ, Replacement of the East 54th Street Culvert over Fliescher Brook, Elmwood Park, NJ: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the design of the replacement for the East 54th Street Culvert. The work included preparing plans, specifications and estimates for demolition and replacement of a single span slab culvert with a 643 foot long, curved, 3-6 x 12 & 4 x 6 double-cell, pre-cast concrete box culvert cast in place concrete headwalls, wing walls and aprons.

Borough of Paramus, NJ, Replacement of the Midland Avenue Culvert over St. Andrews Brook, Paramus, NJ: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for design of the replacement for the Midland Avenue culvert, The work included preparing plans, specifications and estimates for demolition and replacement of a single span slab culvert with a 60 foot long, 4x 11 single-cell pre-cast concrete box culvert with cast in place concrete headwalls, wing walls and aprons while maintaining signalized, two-way traffic throughout construction.

New Jersey State Highway Authority, Inspection of 81 Bridges on the Garden State Parkway: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the biennial inspection of 81 mainline and local street vehicular bridges over various streams, roadways and railroads in the Garden State Parkway for the New Jersey State Highway Authority between M.P. 81.5 to 169.3. The project included the condition inspection, structural inventory appraisal, live, load rating, and report for each structure.

New Jersey Department of Transportation, Deck Survey and RehabilitationDesign documents for 6 Bridges in Hunterdon and Somerset Counties, NJ: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the staged rehabilitation while maintaining traffic of the decks on six (6) bridges in Hunterdon and Somerset Counties for the New Jersey Department of Transportations, Deck Patching program. Technical oversight and quality assurance for the design document work included preparing plans, specifications and estimates.

Essex County Department of Public Works, Replacement of the Prospect Avenue Culvert/Equestrian Underpass, West Orange, NJ: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the design, including the preliminary design study to evaluate replacement alternatives and prepared the final design plans, specifications and estimates for replacement of the single span, stone arch culvert with a pre-cast rigid frame structure, with stone veneer wing walls, permanent lighting for equestrian use and associated approach roadway safety improvements. The work also included temporary stages to maintain two (2) lanes of traffic all times.

Warren County Department of Public Works, Reconstruction of Pratt Truss over the Pohatcong River, Warren County, NJ: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the field measurement, and the preparation of final design, plans specifications and estimates for the strengthening of Bridge #20015, a 90-year-old, 115-foot-long, single-span, two-lane truss utilizing an innovative internal post-tensioned steel arch; a deck system replacement with a glulam deck; truss member replacement; approach roadway modifications; and safety improvements. (Constr. Cost: $300,000)

Borough of Franklin Lakes, NJ, Replacement of the Old Mill culvert over Fliescher Brook, Franklin Lakes, NJ: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for culvert replacement. The work included preparing plans, specifications and estimates for demolition and replacement of a single span slab culvert with a 47 foot long, 3-6 x 13 single-cell pre-cast concrete box culvert with cast in place concrete headwalls, wing walls and aprons.

New Jersey Department of Transportation, Inspection of 15 mainline and local street vehicular bridges over various stream and roadways on the Palisades Interstate Parkway: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the condition inspection, structural inventory appraisal, live load rating, and inspection report for each structure.

Bergen County Department of Public Works, Replacement of the Prospect Street and River Road Bridges over the Hirschfield Brook in New Milford, NJ: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the replacement of two (2) bridges. This project consisted of preparing the final design plans, specifications and estimates for demolition of two (2) single span concrete encased bridges and the replacement with 32 foot long, pre-stressed adjacent box beam superstructures, reinforced concrete abutments and wing wall, gabion retaining walls, utility relocation and re-support stream protection and associated approach roadway safety improvements.

New Jersey Department of Transportation, Inspection of 34 Bridges in Bergen, Passaic and Morris Counties, NJ: Technical oversight and quality assurance for the condition inspection, structure inventory appraisal, load factor rating, and inspection reports for 34 on and off system single and multiple span vehicular bridges.

County of Passaic, Replacement of the Wagaraw Road Bridge over the Goffle Brook in Hawthorn, NJ: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for bridge replacement design. The work included preparing plans, specifications and estimates for demolition and replacement of the four-lane, 38 foot single span, 60 foot wide vehicular bridge with p/s concrete abutments and wing walls, approach roadway reconstruction, safety improvements, re-support of utilities, and the maintenance and protection of traffic during construction.

Fort Lee Hilton Hotel, in Fort Lee, NJ, Design for Entrance Ramp/Bridge: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the design of a 650 foot long combined, bridge and reinforced earth ramp to provide emergency vehicle access from NJ Rte. 46 to the Fort Lee Hilton Hotel. The work included preparing plans, specifications and estimates for the design a 225 foot long, three-span, p/s concrete adjacent box beam bridge and approximately 440 foot of approach roadway fill embankment supported by reinforced earth retaining walls.

County of the Passaic, NJ, Rehabilitation of 3 Bridges on the Paterson-Hamburg Turnpike over the Wanaque River: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the reconstruction and rehabilitation of three (3) bridges carrying four lanes of the Paterson-Hamburg Turnpike over the Wanaque River in the County of the Passaic, NJ. The work included preparing plans, specifications and estimates for demolition and replacement of three 93) 66 foot wide vehicular bridges with sidewalks, approach roadway widening, safety improvements, the re-support of utilities, and the maintenance and protection of traffic during construction.

New York State Thruway Authority, Rehabilitation/ Replacement of 5 Bridges in Albany County, NY: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance the in-depth inspection and design for the rehabilitation and replacement of a five (5) bridges. The bridges include a dual 550 foot long 80 high three (3) span steel deck truss carrying four(4) mainline thruway lanes over the Normanskill River, and four (4) grade separation mainline and ramp bridges. The project included the inspection, preparing reconstruction reports, preliminary design and final design plans, specifications and estimates for replacement of one (1) three span ramp bridge with a single span, pre-cast concrete rigid frame structure, truss deck slab replacement, seismic retrofitting of the truss with isolation bearings truss reconstruction to provide continuity and resurfacing and repairs of the remaining four (4) lanes of thruway traffic throughout construction.

Department of Public Works, Albany County, NY, Rehabilitation of 3 Vehicular Bridges: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the rehabilitation of the South Albans Road, Synders Bridge Road and Cole Hill Road bridges. The work included preparing plans, specifications and estimates for approach roadway reconstruction, safety improvements.

Department of Public Works, Albany County, NY, Rehabilitation of 2 Vehicular River Crossing Bridges: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the rehabilitation of the Krumkill Road and Switz Kill Road bridges. The work included preparing plans, specifications and estimates for approach roadway reconstruction, safety improvements.

Connecticut Department of Transportation, Reconstruction of Two Mainline Merritt Parkway Bridges over Dixwell Avenue, Route 10 and Connelly Parkway, in the Town of Hamden, CT: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance for the replacement of the 130-foot-long plate girder superstructure over Route 10 to increase the vertical under clearance; the replacement of a five-span, 575-foot-long, Connelly Parkway plate girder viaduct superstructure; the widening of an abutment and 40-foot-high viaduct piers to accommodate acceleration/deceleration lanes; an interchange reconfiguration; the widening of Route 10; signal improvements; and the realignment of Connelly Parkway. All work was completed while maintaining four lanes of the Merritt Parkway throughout construction.

Connecticut Department of Transportation, Rehabilitation of 10 Bridges: Project management, technical oversight and quality assurance the site inspection, bridge baseline survey, rehabilitation report and preparation of design documents for the staged rehabilitation, reconstruction or replacement of ten (10) bridges under the Connecticut Department of Transportations List 7 program. The design document work included preparing plans, specifications and estimates.

II. Baker Engineers, NY, NY & Elmsford, NY:

Position: Structural Engineering Department Manager: Supervision and administration of 12 to 17 member staff in the structural group, including marketing, technical supervision, implementing quality control measures, assigning staff, establishing design schedules, monitoring budgets, and preparing proposals for the following projects:

Connecticut Department of Transportation, Rehabilitation 6 Vehicular Bridges, CT: Provided technical oversight and quality assurance for the rehabilitation of vehicular bridges in various towns under the states List 6 Program, which included a baseline survey, a soils analysis, a structure type study report, the final design, and a shop drawings review for the rehabilitation and/or replacement of the single and multi-span vehicular and orphan railroad bridges. (Construction Cost: $3.2 million)

New York State Thruway Authority, Rehabilitation of the Kaaterskill River Bridge and the Catskill River Bridge, NY: Provided technical oversight and quality assurance for the rehabilitation of two bridges; the 600-foot long Kaaterskill River Bridge and the 728-foot long Catskill River Bridge. Both structures consist of dual 600 foot-long, three-span continuous deck trusses plus 54-foot and 74-foot plate girder approach spans on the Catskill River Bridge. Both bridges carry four mainline thruway lanes plus shoulders with 113-foot out-to-out deck widths. The project included an inspection, reconstruction report preparation, and the preliminary and final design for deck slab replacement, superstructure rehabilitation, and substructure repair. All work was completed while maintaining four lanes of thruway traffic throughout construction. (Construction Cost $10 million)

Connecticut Department of Transportation, Rehabilitation of 38 Vehicular Bridges, CT: Provided technical oversight and quality assurance for the rehabilitation/replacement of vehicular bridges in various towns under the states List 4 Program, which included the inspection, rating, condition report, baseline survey, soils investigation, hydraulic analysis, structure type study report, final design, and shop drawing review for the rehabilitation and/or replacement of single and multi-span bridges. (Construction Cost: $8 million)

New York State Department of Transportation, Reconstruction of Eastern Boulevard Bridge, NY: Technical oversight and quality assurance for the reconstruction of a dual double-leaf steel bascule bridge with a 100-foot river span, 35-foot fixed approach spans, and 120-foot-long reinforced concrete approach viaduct spans on each approach carrying six mainline and four service road lanes on I-295 over the Bronx River. The entire project length, including approach spans was 2,700 feet. Work included an in-depth inspection, a bridge rehabilitation project report (BRPR), live load ratings, the preliminary and final design for bascule and fixed deck replacement, viaduct superstructure replacement, viaduct resurfacing, bascule machinery, electrical equipment and river fender system replacement, and roadway safety improvements. (Construction Cost $70 million)

The Port Authority of NY&NJ, 1986-1987,1987-1988 &1988-1989 MEDD Structural Engineering Services, Call-In Contract: Technical oversight and quality assurance for the 1988-1989 Structural Engineering Services on a Call In Basis for the Port Authority of NY & NJs MEDD Division This work included the inspection, evaluation, reporting, preliminary, design and final design for the rehabilitation or reconstruction of a total of 23 Port Authority facility total sites under the three assignments.

Port Authority of NY&NJ: Technical oversight and quality assurance for the inspection and preparation of detailed plans and specifications for interim shoring of severely deteriorated electrical duct banks within PATH Tunnels A, B, C, and D under the Hudson River for the Port Authority of NY & NJs PAT, Bridge & Tunnel and Ports & Terminals Divisions.

Port Authority of NY&NJ: Technical oversight and quality assurance for the inspection, report, preliminary design and final design for the rehabilitation of deck joints, bearings and underside of the Galvin Plaza Bridge and the New Jersey Helix Approach Bridge at the Lincoln Tunnel for the Port Authority of NY & NJs PATH, Bridge & Tunnel and Ports & Terminals Divisions.

Port Authority of NY&NJ: Technical oversight and quality assurance for the structural integrity Inspections of Buildings Group B1 at Port Newark, NJ. The work included conducting in-depth inspection and report preparation for 26 warehouse buildings for the Port Authority of NY & NJ Ports & Terminals Division.

NYC Transit Authority, Linden Shop and Jamaica Bus Depot, Queens, NY: Supervised the design and plan preparation for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of the Linden Shop maintenance and Jamaica Bus Depot, facilities, Queens, NY for NYC Transit Authority. The work included structural rehabilitation to accommodate mechanical and electrical upgrading of the plant and the structural expansion of interior employee facilities, and the expansion/repair of the bus maintenance garage facility. (Construction Cost: $1.5 million)

Port Authority of NY&NJ, 1984-1985 & 1985-1986 Structural Integrity Inspections, Call-In Contract: Provided technical oversight and quality assurance for the 1985 contract for Structural Integrity Inspections on a Call-In Basis for the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey. This contract required performing structural integrity inspections, preparing reports and recommendations, and construction cost estimates for rehabilitation or reconstruction of nine Port Authority facility sites.

Port Authority of NY&NJ, Water Rescue Installation, Jamaica bay at J.F. K. Airport for the Port Authority of NY & NJ Bridge & Tunnel and Ports & Terminals Divisions: Provided technical oversight and quality assurance for the analysis and design for rehabilitation of timber pile pier to accommodate emergency vehicles at the J.F. K. Airport,

New York City Department of Transportation, Redecking and Rehabilitation Design of Four Vehicular Bridges, Bronx, NY: Provided technical oversight and quality assurance for the in-depth inspection, the preparation of BRPR reports, ADP and PS&E design documents for replacement of the superstructures with p/s concrete adjacent box beams on the W. 225th, W. 231st, W. 233rd and W. 234th Street bridges over Conrail tracks. (Construction Cost: $4 million)

Port Authority of NY&NJ, Lincoln Tunnel Helix Viaduct, New Jersey Approach, Pier Modifications, Weehawken, NJ: Provided technical oversight and design for pier cap reconstruction, which included superstructure jacking, bearing replacement, and the replacement of a 50 foot long retaining wall. (Construction Cost: $0.75 million)

New York City Department of Transportation, Replacement Design for Five Vehicular/Pedestrian Bridges, Bronx, NY: Provided technical oversight and quality assurance for the in-depth inspection, the preparation of BRPR reports, ADP and PS&E design documents for replacement of the E. 170th, E. 179th Street Bridges and demolition the of the E. 166th, E.171st, E. 174th, E. 176th, and 179th Street pedestrian bridges over the Metro-North railroad. (Construction Cost: $2.5 million)

I. Michael Baker Jr. Inc., Harrisburg, PA :

Position: Project Manager/Design Engineer: Responsible for the design, preparation of design documents and project management for the following projects:

Delaware River Joint Toll bridge Commission, Milford-Montague Toll Bridge, Milford, PA: Project manager for the design for deck slab replacement utilizing an innovative modular, pre-cast concrete, slab construction for the Milford-Montague Toll Bridge, a 1150 foot long, four span, two lane, deck truss bridge spanning the Delaware river.

West Virginia Department of Transportation, I 64 Vehicular Bridges, WV: Engineer for preliminary Type, Size and Location design plans for two grade separation bridges; one carrying I-64 over County Route, 19/11 (Relocated). A dual three span continuous, I-beam bridge and a second carrying County Route, 25 (Relocated ) over I-64, a two span continuous, I beam bridge in Raleigh County, West Virginia.

Allegheny County, Port Authority, Neville Street Ramp Bridge and Brilliant Junction Bridge, Pittsburg, PA: Design Engineer for the superstructure of the 990 foot long, Neville Street Ramp Bridge and the 1,610 foot long, Brilliant junction Bridge, two line, multi span, curved plate girder viaducts to carry bus and light-rail transit vehicles for the Authoritys East Busway Project. The project was designed using AASHTO LFD design specifications.

Arkansas Department of Transportation, Quachita River Bridge, Hot Springs, Arkansas: Engineer for superstructure design and checking of the substructure design for a nine span, plate girder vehicular bridge crossing the Quachita River bridge crossing Lake Hamilton The superstructure consists of five continuous spans comprised of 72 inch deep girders, with 192 foot maximum interior spans, and two simple supported approach spans. The reinforced concrete piers are founded on large diameter cylindrical caissons drilled into rock. Bridge designed using AASHTO LFD design specifications.

Pennsylvania State University, Football Stadium Expansion, University park, PA: Engineer for the design and detailing for the expansion of the original steel press box structure at the main campus of the Pennsylvania State University Football stadium. I was also responsible for the design of the steel supports and modifications required to raise the steel stadium deck by 12.5 feet, in compliance with the Pennsylvania State Industrial Building Code.

West Virginia Department of Transportation, Steel Through-Truss Bridge, Ravenswood, WV: Engineer for checking the final design calculations and plans for the thru-truss superstructure of the 2,710 foot long, Ohio River Bridge at Ravenswood, West Virginia, a two lane three span though-truss bridge with plate girder approach spans located between Belmont County, Ohio and Marshall County, West Virginia. The checked the principal truss members, gusset and splice connections, wind lateral and sway bracing members and connections to the main truss bearings. Checked the design calculations and plans for two river piers for the Ravenswood Bridge. The piers were reinforced concrete; one had a solid shaft and the other a dual column and cap configuration.

West Virginia Department of Transportation, Tied Arch Bridge, Moundsville, WV: Engineer for checking the final calculations and plans for the design of the steel box tie and arch members and lateral wind bracing on the Ohio River Bridge at Moundsville, West Virginia. The bridge has a 912-foot, tied-arch, main span and an overall length of 2,570 (2,623) foot including plate girder approach spans. The redesign required the elimination of fracture critical details in the tie member. Checked calculations and plans for the superstructure on the Ohio approach consisting of six, continuous 75 inch deep girder spans, with maximum spans of 157 feet and overall 917 foot length.

West Virginia Department of Transportation, I-79 Bridge over Route 114, WV: Engineer for type, size and location (TSL) preliminary design and final design plans, specifications and quantity estimates for a 130 simple span steel plate girder bridges carrying I-79.

The Alyeska Pipeline Bridge crossing Tanana River near Delta Junction, AK: Design Engineer for checking the final calculations and plans for the pipeline bridge. The bridge runs parallel to the great Alaska Highway. Two million barrels of oil travel through the pipeline daily on their way to the port in Valdes.

West Virginia Department of Transportation, New River Gorge Bridge, Fayette County, WV: Engineer for checking final design and detailed plans for the main arch chord splice connections and lateral wind bracing connections. The bridge is 3,030 feet long, from abutment to abutment, with a 1,700 foot main steel arch span over the New River.
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