Thank you This live web event has ended. Thank you for attending. Contributors Ahmad Hammad, PhD, PE, SE Ahmad Hammad, PhD, PE, SE, received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. in Civil/Structural Engineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Ahmad has over two decades of experience in the design and rehabilitation of highway and transit structures as well as buildings. In addition, he is a registered structural engineer in the state of Illinois and a registered professional engineer in many states. Ahmad has published several refereed papers. Ahmad currently serves as the Structures Mangers for the Illinois Tollway GEC. Randy Thomas, PE Randy Thomas, PE, is a principal bridge engineer based in Jacobs’ Milwaukee office, where he leads bridge design teams on highway and rail projects throughout the US and beyond. He received his BSCE from Virginia Tech and MSCE from the University of Wyoming. Randy is the Lead Bridge Engineer for the I-480 Valley View Bridge Project. Terry Sullivan, AIA, LEED AP Terry Sullivan, AIA, LEED AP, is the head of the transit and infrastructure studio as principal at JLK Architects in Chicago, where he is involved in all phases of their transportation projects, including bridge design. He has completed a wide array of City of Chicago projects during his 25-year career, including architectural design involvement on North Avenue, Wells St., and Halsted over the Canal Bridges. Terry is currently involved in the Phase II design of the Division St. bridges over the River and Canal and future Lake St. and Taylor Street bascule bridge projects. His non-transportation work includes LEED certified schools, libraries, Riverwalk projects, and university projects. Terry graduated with a master’s in architecture from Tulane University in 1993. He is a licensed architect in Illinois and LEED accredited for new construction projects. Salvatore Di Bernardo, PE, SE Mr. DiBernardo has over 28 years of experience in inspection, concept studies, structural analysis, design and construction management for bridges and other transportation related projects. He is a past president of SEAOI who authored and presented papers to various international conferences. Mr. Di Bernardo received a Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Rome, Italy; a master’s degree from MIT; and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management.