• Lake Tillery Bridge Project Workshop (Virtual)

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    Name: Lake Tillery Bridge Project Workshop (Virtual)
    Date: December 8, 2020
    Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
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    Event Description:

    Please join us for this virtual event:

    Lake Tillery Bridge Project
    North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Project B-4974/15BPR.43 involves rehabilitation and replacement of the superstructure on Bridge No. 830051 (B-4974) and rehabilitation of Bridge No. 830050 (15BPR.43).  Bridge No. 830051 is an historic multi-span reinforced concrete open spandrel arch bridge with a total length of approximately 1100 feet.  Bridge No. 830051, adjacent to the arch bridge, is a six-span continuous steel I-girder bridge with total length of approximately 1140 feet.  The pair of bridges carry NC 24 / NC 27 / NC 73 over the Pee Dee River (also known as Lake Tillery) in Stanly and Montgomery Counties.  NCDOT had completed the design plans for the project and chose to deliver the project using the design-build method.  Three speakers will present the following information on this unique project:
    • Final Bridge Design & Engineering Details Prior to D-B Procurement (by AECOM)
    • Post-Award Phase Bridge Engineering Efforts (by Modjeski and Masters, Inc.)
    • Aspects of Construction (by PCL Civil Constructors, Inc.)
    Guest Speakers:

    Jason Doughty is a Senior Associate and the North Carolina Regional Director for Modjeski and Masters, Inc.  Jason has 23 years of bridge engineering experience and is licensed in NC, SC, and NY.  He graduated from Drexel University in 1996 with a BS in civil engineering and from Manhattan College in 2001 with an MS in Civil Engineering with a Structural and Geotechnical concentration.  Jason has extensive experience in design and/or analysis of various bridge types including steel and concrete multi-girder bridges, trusses, arches, movable bridges, and freight railroad bridges.


    John Sloan has served as the AECOM North Carolina Bridge Program Manager since 2016.  He graduated from the Virginia Military Institute in 2002 with a BS in civil engineering and from NC State in 2005 with an MS in Structural Engineering.  He began working for AECOM in 2004 and has completed numerous feasibility, design, inspection, and rehabilitation projects.  Outside of the office he is active in his local church and enjoys spending time with his family while walking on the greenway, reading books, and coaching youth sports. 


    Andy Bennett is currently the Project Manager for the $20 million Lake Tillery Bridges Rehabilitation Design-Build Project in Albemarle, North Carolina and the $3 million St. Claude Avenue Strauss Trunnion Bridge Rehabilitation Project in New Orleans, LA.  Previously, he was the Assistant Project Manager over the precast segmental section of the $250 million Bonner Bridge on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.  His 12-year tenure with PCL includes experience with the construction of cable stayed, segmental box girder, steel girder, concrete arch, long coastal, and moveable bridges over navigable waters. 
    Virtual Event
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    Date/Time Information:
    December 8, 2020 
    12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.
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