Self-motivated and team-oriented professional with experience in all aspects of transportation engineering seeks a permanent position at a dynamic organization with opportunities to continue to grow and learn 15 total years experience in transportation engineering 8 years experience in the analysis, design, and review of stormwater management facilities in MD, DE, and WV Analysis and design of highway's drainage structures Design of erosion and sediment control measures (E&S) MDSHA/MDE ESC certifications Green/Yellow Cards Design of highway facilities Design of railroad facilities Preparation of traffic engineering studies Excellent computer skills
to Current Rummel, Klepper & Kahl, LLP – Baltimore,
Designed over 35 micro scale ESD practices per the new SWM regulations of the States of Maryland and West Virginia in order to accommodate four miles of median widening of I-81 over the Potomac River.
Completed the design of storm drainage conveyance systems and the analysis of over 30 existing cross culverts in order to ascertain adequate capacity.
Conducted field investigation to verify and document the existing conditions of the discharge points and propose remediation such as preformed scour holes and step pools at over 30 outfall locations.
Submitted reports to MDSHA, MDE, and WVDOH for approval.
Computed and identified the level of quality /quantity management required, potential SWM locations, footprint sizing, and costs associated with drainage and SWM for Segment 3 of the 9 miles 'Corridor Cities Transitway' project in Montgomery County, MD under preliminary development by MTA.
Assisted in the hydrological and hydraulical analyses of four major waterway crossings using GIS-Hydro and HEC-RAS as part of the feasibility study for the 'Corridor Cities Transitway' project.
Submitted a detailed preliminary H/H report to the SHA office of Structures: Bridge Hydraulics for approval.
Prepared SWM retrofit design and corrective drainage actions for various existing dry extended detention facilities projects in Prince George's, Howard, and Montgomery Counties as part of their new NPDES-MS4 requirements.
Completed hydrological/hydraulical studies and detailed design of stormwater management facilities for the replacement of the existing bridge on Interstate 695 over State Route 26 in Maryland.
Task included the design of bioretention facilities and extended detention facilities for project's SWM requirements.
Also prepared drainage related specification bid manual and engineer's estimate for project advertisement and a comprehensive stormwater management for MDSHA and MDE.
Led the concept stormwater management design for the proposed 17 miles US 301 four-lane highway in the States of Maryland and Delaware.
The design included identification of all discharge points, preliminary location and sizing of over 150 stormwater management facilities for water quality and quantity, delineation of respective drainage areas, sizing of culvert crossings, and preliminary layout of stormdrain systems.
Currently serve in a lead reviewer role of all stormwater management and drainage design as part of the General Engineering Contractor (GEC) team.
Worked closely with five Section Designers, MDSHA and DelDOT staff for coordination of the review of the construction documents and approval.
Designed four interconnected wet extended detention stormwater management facilities for quality and quantity control including modeling of flow splitter devices and weir wall spillways for the State Route 1 interchange improvements in the State of Delaware.
Prepared construction plans, cross sections, profiles and a comprehensive stormwater management report for DelDOT.
Performed hydrological and hydraulical studies and prepared detailed drainage design for a Design Build project of the 2 miles widening of Route 2 highway in the State of West Virginia.
Detailed drainage work consisted of stormdrain design, twenty five roadway cross culverts, erosion and sediment control measures, and basins with spillway weir walls for quantity management.
Prepared a comprehensive stormwater management and drainage report, quantity take-offs and drainage related specifications to WVDOH.
Created horizontal and vertical alignments, cross sections, proposed grading and cut fill quantities for various stream restoration and realignment projects under the guidance of stream specialists.
to 01/2006 Phoenix Engineering – Baltimore,
Prepared geometric improvement layouts, profiles, typical sections, cross sections and cost estimates for a number of local roadway reconstructions, intersections, roundabouts, streetscapes, and pedestrian/bicycle paths in Baltimore City.
Conducted field investigation to identify and record the type, size and locations of needed pavement repairs on resurfacing jobs in Baltimore City.
Designed highway striping plans.
Performed inventory of traffic control devices and design of signing plans.
Prepared maintenance of traffic plans, including detour plans.