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FHWA Inspection & Inventory of Bridges & Tunnels – Technical Lunch Meeting

Nov
13

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Topic:  Discussion of Federal Requirements for Inspection and Inventory of Bridges and Tunnels.

2015-11-13 ASCE Presentation


Abstract:

Federal regulations for the inventory and inspection of bridges have been in place since 1971 and in 2015, the Code of Federal Regulations incorporated similar requirements for highway tunnels. Through the years, we updated inspections requirements to address risks and ensure the safety of the travelling public.  Presentation will discuss past and current inspection requirements, Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (i.e., proposed changes to inspection requirements), and the current and proposed Federal Transportation Legislation.

Biography:

Maruri_RodolfoFor the last 6 years Rodolfo Maruri  served as the Team Leader for Structures and Bridges with FHWA in Virginia. Throughout his career, he has worked for structural consultants, the Virginia Department of Transportation, and Federal Highway Administration in various positions. During his career, he has been involved in the design, construction, management, and preservation of structures in Virginia.  Example of the projects he is involved with are the Dominion Boulevard project , Lesner Bridge, Hampton University Convocation Center, Woodrow Wilson Bridge, Springfield Interchange and  I-495 HOT Lanes.  He has also been involved in many local projects, and has partner with others in the development of standards, specifications, preventive maintenance practices, and inspection of bridges and structures.

Mr. Maruri received his undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from Georgia Tech in 1988 and a Master of Science in Structural  Engineering in 1990.  Rodolfo is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Virginia and is a recipient of FHWA’s 2009 National Bridge Excellence Award for Stewardship.

 

 

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