People who make transportation infrastructure go

Rebuilding America’s Infrastructure, CE News ’ sister publication, published The Power List in the March 2010 issue. Since a discussion of people of influence in civil engineering is incomplete without those involved in bridges and roads, that list is summarized here. Click here for more details on these important individuals.

Janet F. Kavinoky
, director of transportation infrastructure, Congressional and Public Affairs Division, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
M. Myint Lwin, P.E., S.E. , director, FHWA Office of Bridge Technology
John Njord, P.E. , executive director, Utah Department of Transportation
Pete Rahn , director, Missouri Department of Transportation
Janette Sadik-Khan , commissioner, New York City Department of Transportation

Doug Farr, AIA, LEED AP
, president and CEO, Farr Associates, Chicago
R. Craig Finley, Jr., P.E. , president, Finley Engineering Group, Tallahassee, Fla.
Linda Figg , president and CEO, Figg Engineering
James Michael (Mike) Williams , senior vice president and chief information officer, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Inc.
Theodore P. Zoli, P.E. , technical director of bridge practice, HNTB, Corp.

Academia and research
Victor C. Li, Ph.D., FASCE, FASME, FWIF
, professor of civil and environmental engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Donald Shoup, B.E., Ph.D. , professor of urban planning, University of California, Los Angeles
Jim Whitty , project manager, Oregon Department of Transportation’s Office of Innovative Partnerships and Alternative Funding

Michael Grabell
, reporter, transportation,
Elana Schor , reporter, StreetsBlog – Capitol Hill
Erik Sofge , contributing editor, Popular Mechanics

Bruce D’Agostino, FCMAA, CAE
, president and CEO, Construction Management Association of America
John O. Norquist , president and CEO, Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU)
Kerry O’Hare , vice president and director of policy, Building America’s Future (BAF)
Michael A. Replogle , global policy director and founder, Institute for Transportation and Development Policy

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