Daniel Irwin Promoted to Project Manager
Modjeski and Masters is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel Irwin to Project Manager.
Mr. Irwin joined M&M in 2003 and works in the firm’s Railroad Business Unit. He has experience in the analysis, design, rehabilitation, and rating of movable, long-span, and fixed railroad and highway bridges. He has also participated in several forensic collapse investigations and field inspections. In his move to project manager, Mr. Irwin will rely on his extensive experience to help build upon M&M’s reputation as an industry leader in railroad bridge design.
Mr. Irwin has contributed to many notable projects, including:
- Portageville Bridge Replacement, Portageville, NY
- MBTA Parker Street Bridge Design-Build Replacement, Lawrence, MA
- Elizabeth City Bascule Span Replacement, Elizabeth City, NC
- CN Sault Ste. Marie Strauss Bascule Counterweight Stabilization, Sault Ste. Marie, MI
“Dan has gained extensive experience and expertise in railroad and movable bridge engineering, and is highly respected by his peers, clients, and teaming partners,” said Buck Ouyang, Vice President and Director of the Railroad Business Unit. “He has become a valued contributor to the firm and is well prepared and ready to take on additional responsibilities in project development and management. We look forward to his continued contribution to the success of the Railroad Business Unit.”
Mr. Irwin completed both his M.S. and B.S. in Civil Engineering from Lehigh University. He holds professional licensure in 10 states and is an active member of AREMA Committee 15 - Steel Structures.