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Keynote: Utah Department of Transportation Bridge Program
Carmen Swanwick will present on the Utah Department of Transportation Bridge Program. She will be discussing her background in bridge engineering and her experiences in moving major bridge initiatives forward within the Department and the industry. Carmen has been involved in several bridge initiatives through the years including the Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC) program, development of the Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) program and recently the Digital Delivery effort with an emphasis on Building Information Modeling (BIM) for bridges and structures.
Carmen Swanwick, P.E., S.E., UDOT
Education Session #1: 45th Street Grade Separation
The $30 million grade separation project in Munster, Indiana, is a significant local and regional project to improve mobility along 45th Street which is an important regional arterial roadway. The presentation will examine the overall project as well as how the team managed risk across several key areas involving the structural and railway aspects of the design.
Daniel Herring, P.E., S.E., Lochner
Education Session #2: Structural Solutions to Challenges with Replacement of the North Washington Street Bridge over the Boston Inner Harbor
The replacement of large bridge structures in an urban environment creates many challenges for structural engineers. With the $177m replacement of Boston’s 120-year-old North Washington Street Bridge over the Boston Inner Harbor had these challenges solved with trapezoidal steel box girders, post tensioned V-Piers and raised footings on drilled shaft foundations.
Edward T. Baumann, P.E., Benesch
Education Session #3: Brent Spence Bridge Fire and Rehabilitation
On November 11, 2020, two trucks collided on the lower deck of the Brent Spence bridge erupting into flames and closing the bridge. A Kentucky Transportation Cabinet lead effort evaluated, designed, and procured a design-bid-build contract in 5 days and then opened the structure in 41 days. This presentation will discuss the rapid response to assess the condition of the structure and the steps taken to the safe reopening of the bridge to the travelling public.
Jason Stith PhD, P.E., S.E., Michael Baker International
The registration fee for the Bridge Symposium is $395 for members ($495 for nonmembers), which includes all 8 hours of recorded education.
- Course will award 2 hours of continuing education
- This course is Diamond Review approved in 49 states. New York does not accept hours from recordings.
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