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SEAOI/NCSEA 18th Annual Bridge Symposium: Day 3

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Contributors

  • Nick Staroski PE, SE

    Nick has been with TranSystems for 10 years, currently working on the Rail Bridge Team as a structural design engineer and project manager. Nick’s primary focus in on heavy rail bridge design. On the Merchants project, Nick served as structural task leader and design engineer. Nick was the lead designer on the East and West approaches and co-designer of the main span trusses.

  • Enji Paul Papazisi, PE

    Enji Paul Papazisi works as a bridge engineer at HNTB’s Chicago office. He has had widespread experience in modeling complex bridges including the Hoan Memorial tied-arch bridge, the Winona Main Channel truss bridge, and the Southwest LRT segmental bridge. In addition, Paul has had extensive experience in the evaluation and load rating of bascule bridges through the CDOT Bridge Inspection Program.

  • Mateusz Pec

    Mateusz Pec works at HNTB in Chicago while enrolled in a Master of Science in Civil Engineering at UIUC. Since beginning his career at HNTB, Mateusz has had the opportunity to work on the complex modeling of rehabilitation, load rating, and design projects.

  • Hadi T. Al-Khateeb, Ph.D., S.E., P.E.

    Dr. Al-Khateeb is a bridge project engineer in the New York office of Jacobs with more than ten years of experience. His experience includes the design and rehabilitation of superstructure and substructure components for different types of highway and railway bridges. His experience includes analysis, design, load rating and specification development. His skill set and experience includes extensive expertise in the design of high-speed rail bridges, light rail transit (LRT) bridges, and highway bridges.

  • Jennifer Pazdon, P.E.

    As the Vice President of Cast Connex, Jennifer leverages over 14 years of experience in design of structures and construction to support engineers, architects, and contractors in their use of the cast steel connections to optimize performance, economy, aesthetics, and constructability. Jennifer is the chair of the AASHTO/NSBA TG17: Steel Castings.

  • Matthew Conso, EIT

    Matthew Conso is a Metals Control Engineer at the Massachussetts Department of Transportation. Notable projects include the Longfellow Pedestrian Bridge Rehabilitiation and the Frances Appleton Bridge, both in Boston, MA.

July 22, 2021
Thu 12:00 PM CDT

Duration 2H 0M

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