I have more than 14 years of experience involving civil and structural projects involving complex bridge design builds. Projects range from to pedestrian bridges to major cable-stay or movable bridges. I have experience involving structural, civil and MEP.
Adaptable and responsible, I'm seeking a position in CAD/BIM modeling which will utilize the technical and communication skills developed through my involvement with Parsons.
During my career, I've successfully combined multiple tasks across disciplines showing myself to be self-motivated, organized and capable of working under pressure. I have a clear, logical mind with a practical approach to problem solving and a drive to see things through to completion. I enjoy working on my own initiative or in a team. In short, I am reliable, trustworthy, hardworking and eager to learn and have a genuine interest in CAD and BIM.
ProjectWise (all versions)
AutoCAD (all versions)
Microstation (all versions)
Great Communication Skills
Adobe Acrobat Pro
Photoshop CC (all versions)
West Side Subway Extension Design-Build – Los Angeles/Beverly Hills, CA
The first phase of the project will lay a 3.9-mile extension from the current terminus at Wilshire/Western in the city of Los Angeles to three new stations in the cities of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills: Wilshire/La Brea, Wilshire/Fairfax, and Wilshire/La Cienega. The project will increase regional mobility and improve connectivity throughout the Metro system. Parsons is serving as the lead designer to the joint venture. Application(s) used: Revit, AutoCAD and Projectwise (Attended further BIM Modeling training for structures and MEP design)
California High Speed Rail – Sacramento, CA
Parsons is serving as the lead designer for the initial 29-mile alignment in the Central Valley that begins in Madera and ends just south of Fresno. It is predominately a civil infrastructure project that includes 27 grade separations, a 250-foot-long jacked box tunnel, 3.4 miles of aerial structures, a major river crossing over the San Joaquin River, and 2.7 miles of trench. The first phase of the project will lay a 3.9-mile extension from the current terminus at Wilshire/Western in the city of Los Angeles to three new stations in the cities of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills: Wilshire/La Brea, Wilshire/Fairfax, and Wilshire/La Cieega. The project will increase regional mobility and improve connectivity throughout the Metro system. Parsons is serving as the lead designer to the joint venture. Application(s) used: MicroStation and Projectwise
Goethals Bridge Design-Build – New York, NY
Project will replace the existing 1.2-mile toll bridge over the Arthur Kill Waterway between the City of Elizabeth, New Jersey, and Staten Island, New York. The proposed bridge features twin 6,600-foot structures with 900-foot cable-stayed main spans, and it will be designed to accommodate future transit loading. Parsons is the lead designer for the design-build team. Application(s) used: AutoCAD and Projectwise Fore River Bridge Design-Build – Boston, MA Parsons serves as the lead designer for the new $244 million design-build Fore River Bridge project. The new 324-foot-long vertical lift bridge carries Route 3A over the Fore River between Quincy and Weymouth, Massachusetts. The lift bridge is one of the largest in the United States, carrying four highway traffic lanes, shoulders, and pedestrian/bicycle accommodations. Also included are approach structures and roadways. Lead designer/drafter utilizing AutoCAD and Projectwise.
Hurricane Sandy Pump Station Emergency Recovery/Repair - New York, NY
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, 30 of NYC's 96 wastewater pump stations stopped working. Many of these stations were completely flooded and heavily damaged because of the hurricane's tidal surge. In response to an emergency request from the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, Parsons mobilized more than 40 professional personnel within hours to assist with emergency recovery and repair support services. Application(s) used: AutoCAD MTA Systemwide Security Program - New York, NY Parsons is developing an overall security program for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) system and is designing individual security applications for specific facilities. For security purposes, the specific facilities cannot be identified. Application(s) used: MicroStation
Autoroute 25 Infrastructure Partnership Design Build – Montreal, Canada
Parsons' involvement is as the lead designer-builder for this 7.2 km toll road, which includes a cable-stay bridge, a system interchange, bus lanes, and multipurpose path. Responsibilities included preparing and creating drawings in French and English. Application(s) used: AutoCAD and Projectwise Permanent World Trade Center PATH Transportation Hub - New York, NY The $3.2 billion permanent World Trade Center (WTC), Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) Terminal, a world-class transportation facility approximately 650,000 feet in size, involves designing the main concourse; The terminal will replace a temporary station at the WTC site that restored service to Lower Manhattan from New Jersey after the events of September 11, 2001, coordinate with the existing and future transportation infrastructure and WTC development, and enhance facilities that existed at the WTC complex prior to September 11. Worked in various disciplines such as MEP, Structural and Architectural. Application(s) used: AutoCAD
TN-49 Seismic Study and Suspended Span Deck Replacement, Feasibility Study for the Throgs Neck Bridge - New York, NY
The project involves a seismic investigation of the entire Throgs Neck Bridge, which includes a deck replacement study, conceptual design, and required utility relocation for the suspended spans. Application(s) used: MicroStation John James Audubon Bridge, Design-Build – St. Francisville, LA In addition to the associated roadway and approaches, this project designed and constructed the longest cable-stayed bridge in North America, with a main span of 1,583 feet, which crosses the Mississippi River near St. Francisville, Louisiana. As part of Louisiana's Transportation Infrastructure Model for Economic Development (TIMED) program, the John James Audubon Bridge is Louisiana's first design-build project. Parsons was the lead designer, as well as a joint venture partner of the design-builder. Application(s) used: AutoCAD
Replacement of Brooklyn Bridge Travelers - Brooklyn, NY
The study identified state-of-the-art aspects of traveler design to aid in the selection
of appropriate systems for use in the new Brooklyn Bridge travelers, followed by
final design and construction support services. Application(s) used: MicroStation
Services for Inspection and Ratings of 34 State-Owned Bridges
The project involved providing engineering services for the inspection and rating of
34 state-owned bridges. Assisted with report preparation and prepared sketches
and drawings for the condition inspection. Application(s) used: MicroStation V8.
Revit 2015 - CADMasters - Authorized AutoDesk Training Center – 2014
Primavera Expedition Project Management, Catalyst – Primavera, 2006
Advanced 3D AutoCAD – City University of NY – Queensborough – 2001
Microstation – Bentley Institute – 2002
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