Anthony Schoenecker, PE joined Modjeski and Masters, Inc. (M&M) in August 2009 as a part of the firm’s Field Services Section in New Orleans, LA. Mr. Schoenecker is the Inspection and Repair Group Leader for the New Orleans field section and is a NBIS Inspection Team Leader responsible for the coordination and execution of inspections and condition reporting, as well as minor repairs and rehabilitations. Mr. Schoenecker assisted with developing plans and specifications for several movable spans and supporting elements. He has provided emergency assistance on multiple occasions as Team leader that included inspection of damages, inspection of structural, mechanical, and electrical components and connections, repair design, and field monitoring of emergency repairs. He is trained in Technical and Rope Access techniques.
“Anthony joined Modjeski and Masters in 2009, and has been a major contributor on bridge condition inspections, maintenance and repair projects, and emergency responses to bridge accidents. We have designated Anthony as the Bridge Inspection and Repair Group Leader for the New Orleans field section. Aside from his professional engineering registration in multiple states, his qualifications include certification as a TARA (Technical and Rope Access) Supervisor, SPRAT Level II, and NBIS Team Leader. I am looking forward to Anthony’s continued advancement of our field operations through his project management and leadership skills.” said M&M Vice President Ralph Eppehimer, PE.
He has been part of many notable projects which include:
Mr. Schoenecker earned an Associate's Degree in Art from Anoka-Ramsey Community College, 2001. Continuing his education, attended the University of Minnesota, graduating 2005 with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering Structural Degree. Mr. Schoenecker is a registered Professional Engineer in Louisiana, Mississippi, New York, and Florida, and carries a verified engineering record with NCEES. His Professional Affiliations are composed of AISC - American Institute of Steel Construction and Engineers Without Borders, NOLA Chapter - Domestic Projects Coordinator.
His skills and knowledge will unequivocally assist the Firm in future endeavors. To learn more contact him directly via email
or 504-524-4344 M&M's New Orleans, LA office.