I am a Structural Engineer with Wilson & Company in South Jordan, UT. While working for Wilson & Company, I have had the opportunity to work on a number of interesting and challenging projects, including Pecos over I70, which involved the design of an hourglass shaped post-tensioned box girder bridge that was built offsite and later moved into place via SPMT equipment, along with a number of conventional precast and steel girders bridges. I have also worked on a number of other projects, ranging from retaining walls to the design of a 718' long ramp bridge with significantly flared girders, and a 560' long bridge over a railroad, which necessitated the use of a post-tensioned straddle beam to maintain the required vertical clearance. Since 2015, I have had the opportunity to be the lead engineer and structures task manager on a number of bridge and retaining wall projects.
I am currently a licensed Professional Engineer in Utah, Colorado and New Mexico. My primary focus through my education and work experience has been civil engineering structures with a strong emphasis on bridges.
Prior to moving to Albuquerque, I also taught as an Affiliate Faculty member at Metropolitan State University of Denver in addition to my position at Wilson & Company. This position allowed me to teach the next generation of engineers from a perspective of experience, which I feel helps the students get a better grasp of the concepts covered.