Five professional engineers promoted to project manager and senior project manager roles
Mechanicsburg, Pa. —Modjeski and Masters, a nationwide leader in the design, inspection, and rehabilitation of all bridge types, including long-span and movable structures, today announced the promotion of five employees to project manager and senior project manager roles.
Promotions to senior project managers include Jason Doughty, PE; Tom Rogers, PE, CWI; and Joe Strenkoski, PE. Doughty joined Modjeski in 1997 as a structural engineer performing superstructure and substructure designs, reviewing engineering work for code compliance and overseeing plan and specification development. Based in the firm’s Raleigh office, he has served as design engineer of record for numerous notable fixed bridge and movable bridge rehabilitation projects including the Macombs Dam Bridge and George Washington Bridge.
Rogers joined Modjeski in 2002 and works in the firm’s Charleston, WV office. An expert in welding, he is a voting member on AWS D1.5 Bridge Welding Code and D1.1 Fabrication. He has reviewed welding procedure specifications for projects including the I-74 Mississippi River Arch Bridge and has experience in structural analysis, design, rating and rehabilitation for a variety of bridge types.
Strenkoski began working at Modjeski in 2015 and has been leading the electrical engineering section since 2017. He has over 32 years of electrical engineering experience in the bridge, transportation, infrastructure and building system consulting industries. In his new role, Strenkoski will grow Modjeski’s electrical engineering services and staff.
Geoff Forest, PE and Jon Gerhart, PE were promoted to project manager. Forest joined Modjeski in 2002 and has been a senior mechanical engineer with the firm since 2016. He works out of the Mechanicsburg office as a member of the moveable bridges business unit where he has worked with transportation departments and railroads.
Gerhart joined Modjeski in 2010 and since then has been involved in a variety of highway lighting on interstates, state routes, and fixed bridges; moveable bridge project inspections, design and rehabilitation.
“The expertise of Geoff, Jon, Jason, Tom and Joe has been pivotal to our firm’s success. Under their leadership, we have expanded our services into numerous areas including alternate delivery, welding and electrical engineering for building facilities,” said Mike Britt, PE, president and CEO at Modjeski and Masters. “We congratulate each of these outstanding engineers in their pursuit of excellence and look forward to their continued success.”
For more information about Modjeski and Masters and its career opportunities, visit http://modjeski.com.