Presentation Topic: VDOT’s Non-Destructive Testing and Evaluation Program
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Abstract: Adam Matteo, Assistant State Bridge Engineer with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), will provide an overview of VDOT’s non-destructive testing and evaluation program. The presentation will address the technologies employed by VDOT and the intended purposes and uses of those technologies. The topics will range from more conventional NDE/NDT methods to newer technologies that VDOT is working to implement. Examples of its use on both large and small bridges will be discussed. The program will also address VDOT’s specifications and methods for procuring these services.
Presenter: Adam Mateo, PE – Assistant State Structure and Bridge Engineer for Bridge Maintenance and Bridge Management, VDOT
As the Virginia Department of Transportation’s Assistant State Structure and Bridge Engineer for Bridge Maintenance and Bridge Management, Adam is responsible for establishing policy for the maintenance of over 19,000 of Virginia’s highway bridges and large culverts. He started his career at a shipyard, performing structural analysis on submarine pressure hulls. He has 35 years of engineering experience in structural design, bridge maintenance, and construction management.
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, University of Virginia, 1984
Master of Science, Civil Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1993
Registered in Virginia and California
When: Thursday, February 23rd, 2023
11:45 AM -12 PM – Sign in and Networking
12 PM -1PM – Presentation
Where: 2810: a community gathering place, 2810 W Cary St, Richmond, VA 23221
(Reserved parking spaces on both sides of building and in gravel lot located through gate)
Registration Price: $30 members and $35 non-members, price increases after January 25th, 2023.
Lunch is included (Local Carytown Favorites)
PDH: 1.0 HR