Bryan Loflin Promoted to Project Manager
Modjeski and Masters is pleased to announce the appointment of Bryan Loflin, PE to Project Manager in the firm’s North Carolina Structures Business Unit.
Mr. Loflin joined M&M in 2017. His design experience includes the rehabilitation and replacement of various types of highway, freight rail, and movable bridges in multiple states and experience in final bridge design for both design-build projects and conventional projects.
“I’m thankful to be a part of the team at Modjeski and Masters,” says Mr. Loflin. “I am honored to be given the opportunity to expand my role with a firm with the reputation and culture that ours has and hope to continue that tradition.”
Mr. Loflin has contributed to many notable projects, including:
- Alligator River Bridge Replacement, Tyrell/Dare Counties, NC
- Onslow Beach Bridge Replacement D-B Project, Camp Lejeune MCB, NC
- Lake Tillery Bridge Rehabilitation D-B, Stanly/Montgomery Counties, NC
- Rehabilitation of Cape Fear Memorial Vertical Lift Bridge, Wilmington, NC
- Rehabilitation of Isabel Holmes Bridge Bascule Bridge, Wilmington, NC
- I-Street Bridge Replacement, Sacramento, CA
- I-526 Widening—Lowcountry Corridor Preliminary Engineering, Charleston, SC
- I-29/I-480 Interchange Ramp Peer Review, Council Bluffs, IA
- Rutherfordton Bypass, Rutherfordton, NC
- Topsail Island Bridge Replacement, Surf City, NC
“Bryan has been instrumental in the success of the North Carolina Business Unit and serves as the Assistant Business Unit Director. He has successfully led technical aspects of many important traditional and design-build projects,” said Jason Doughty, North Carolina Regional Director. “Bryan is well respected by our clients and our consultant partners for his broad range of experience, technical knowledge, and expertise. Bryan also serves as a mentor to the younger engineers in our office. With his new role as a PM, he will continue to provide strong leadership in managing and executing projects and will take on additional responsibilities in project development and client relationships. We look forward to his continued growth and contributions to the unit and the firm. Congratulations to Bryan on this well-deserved promotion.”
Mr. Loflin received a M.S. in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech University and completed his bachelor’s degree at North Carolina State University. He is a registered professional engineer in North Carolina and registered structural engineer in Illinois.