Two bridge-related technologies particularly well suited for remote or environmentally sensitive locations will be showcased by a single lead states team. These are:
FRP Arch Bridges - This technology offers particular advantage in environmentally sensitive areas and in locations where it isn't feasible to bring in heavy construction equipment.
RFRPAB structures are less expensive, longer lasting in severe exposure environments, and have a lower carbon footprint than many other bridge design options.
Hybrid Composite Bridges - Hybrid composite beams offer lighter weights, allowing placement with lighter construction equipment. They offer the possibility of longer-lived spans and corrosion resistance not offered in conventional materials.
Kenneth Sweeney, P.E. Chief Engineer Maine Department of Transportation 207-624-3011Ken.email@example.com
Dr. Tadeusz C. Alberski, Ph.D., P.E. Senior Civil Engineer
New York State Department of Transportation
David Sherlock, P.E. Bridge Program Manager Maine Department of Transportation 207-624-3490David.firstname.lastname@example.org
Raja Jildeh, P.E. Michigan Department of Transportation email@example.com
Dale Peabody, P.E. Director, Transportation Research Maine Department of Transportation 207-624-3305Dale.firstname.lastname@example.org
Mansour Mike Mohseni, P.E. Colorado Department of Transportation email@example.com
Stacy McMillan, P.E. Missouri Department of Transportation 573-526-0250Stacy.firstname.lastname@example.org
Christine Mizioch, P.E. Vice President Accelerated Project Delivery The Metric Group 617-778-1489Christine.email@example.com
Larry Parent, P.E. Senior R&D Program Manager AEWC Advanced Structures and Composites Center
University of Maine 207-581-2718Larry_Parent@umit.maine.edu
Louis N. Triandafilou, P.E. Senior Structural Engineer FHWA Office of Technical Services firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends of the Team: Stephen Von Vogt, P.E. Executive Director Maine Composites Alliance 207-828-1414