Over 28 years of experience in civil engineering and construction with a broad background in many areas of civil engineering. This includes the application and analysis of many elements in several highway engineering disciplines including pavement preservation and recycling, maintenance, new construction, inspection, contract administration, standard drawings, geometric design, pavement design, pavement rehabilitation and research.
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Project Manager dedicated to identifying and cultivating team members' skills and talents to improve team performance and efficiency.
Project Manager for a $22 million road and bridge project with construction of approximately 3,550 linear feet of a four (4) lane Minor Arterial roadway inclusive of a new two (2) lane bridge and the rehabilitation of an existing two (2) lane bridge over the Monocacy River, and 1,200 linear feet of two lane access roadway. The project includes, but is not limited to, roadway excavation/embankment, bituminous concrete pavement, concrete curb and gutter, water main, sanitary sewer, storm drainage system (pipes, inlets and manholes), stormwater management facilities, micropile installation, new bridge foundations, new bridge, multiple retaining walls, bituminous and portland cement concrete sidewalks, landscaping, maintenance of traffic, fine grading and sediment control, installation of street lights and miscellaneous site work. Project objectives and responsibilites include the following:
Technical Writer at Jorgensen Associates, Inc.: Project responsibilities included writing technical content for over 20 engineering manuals for state DOTs and AASHTO and participating in planning meetings to ensure each manual was evaluated individually to establish that the necessary skills were in place; project resources were available; and project implementation was developed to ensure the preparation of top-quality manuals for several highway functional areas (e.g., hydraulics, road design, construction, standard drawings, bridge design, geotechnical engineering, surveying, planning, safety, environment, traffic engineering, right-of-way, maintenance). The following procedures were applied to achieve the manual process:
Implemented and managed the Pavement Management Program (PMP), which won the “National Pavement for Preservation Excellence Award” in 2006. The PMP started with an annual budget (2002) of $500,000 and grew to an annual budget of 9.5 million in 3.5 years (2005). Completed the following tasks for the PMP: initiated and monitored annual pavement distress surveys for asphalt, tar and chip and gravel roads (2,700+ lane-miles of road); made pavement maintenance and rehabilitation recommendations for joint sealing, patching, surface coat, HMA overlay, cold-in-place recycling and full-depth reclamation; designed pavement plans and specifications for 140 lane-miles of roadway/year; developed five year network level budget optimization planning and analysis reports; implemented pavement recycling strategies as part of pavement preservation efforts; evaluated soil analysis to determine additives for pavement recycling design; worked closely with consultants, contractors and suppliers to determine the best pavement design and construction strategies based on cost/benefit analysis; and prepared, evaluated, made recommendations and managed contractual agreements associated with consultant services.
Managed public works capital improvement programs (PCC and Asphalt roadways, concrete curb and gutter, water systems, sanitary and storm sewer) by collecting survey data, designing plans, estimating quantities, writing specifications and expediting project operations. Performed construction inspection services for these projects by utilizing quality assurance and quality control, enforcing city codes, plans and specifications and performing testing procedures (ASTM) for PCC, HMA and soil analysis.
Project responsibilities included collecting survey data, designing facilities, estimating quantities, writing specifications and expediting project operations. Organizing preconstruction meetings and preparing meeting minutes. Monitoring warranty and punch list items. Verifying cut-sheets and as-built plans. Performing QC/QA construction management services for these projects identified by enforcing city codes, plans and specifications (e.g., checking line and grade against plans, close observation of Contractor operations) and performing ASTM testing procedures for PCC, HMA and soil analysis.
SureTrak Project Scheduling Software, 2005
Pavement Maintenance and Repair Strategies, ASCE, 2004, 2006
Pavement Rehabilitation Techniques, ASCE, 2003
ArcGIS Certification Levels I and II, 2002
AutoCADMapping v.5, 2001, AutoCADD v.12, 1994
Asphalt Paving Conference, Iowa State University, 2001, 2002
Construction Inspection Workshops, Iowa State University, 1996, 1998, 2001
Nuclear Density Gage Certificate, Humboldt Scientific, Inc. 1998
I.D.O.T. Level I and II Aggregate Technician Certificate # NE234, 1995
National Pavement for Preservation Excellence Award for Frederick County, MD, 2006 , Foundation for Pavement Preservation
Maryland Makes Preservation Work publication date Feb 2007 publication description Better Roads publicaescription “Maryland Makes Preservation Work,” Inside Maryland's Award-Winning Pavement Plan, co-authored, pp. 26-28.
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