Matthew Miller Promoted to Project Manager
Modjeski and Masters is pleased to announce the appointment of Matthew Miller to Project Manager.
Mr. Miller joined M&M in 2011 and works in the firm’s Field Service Business Unit-Southeast Region, where he leads construction engineering and inspection efforts. Mr. Miller is experienced in bridge construction, construction contract administration, bridge inspection and repairs, and bridge emergency response. Mr. Miller has served as resident engineer and an assistant resident engineer on several highway and rail bridge construction projects and has served as lead field engineer for various bridge rehabilitation and repairs projects.
As a NBIS-certified bridge inspector, Mr. Miller has been the team leader on numerous movable, long-span, steel, and timber bridge inspection projects. Most notably, Mr. Miller led the inspection of more than 1,300 steel bridges throughout Union Pacific Railroad’s entire track system, which covers 22 states west of the Mississippi River. In addition, Mr. Miller has also served as lead field engineer on railroad bridge emergency projects including structural and mechanical failure resulting from train derailments, natural disasters, marine vessel allisions, natural member deterioration, and construction errors.
In his new role, Mr. Miller will continue leading the New Orleans Field Services’ Construction Engineering and Inspection group and help expand M&M’s construction services offering.
Mr. Miller has contributed to many notable projects, including:
- Cline Avenue Bridge Construction
- Union Pacific Railroad Angleton Subdivision Br. 305.45 Construction
- 2016-2017 Union Pacific Railroad Systemwide Steel Bridge Inspection
- Union Pacific Railroad Br. 271.34 Laredo Subdivision Construction and Emergency Repairs
- Union Pacific Railroad Valley Subdivision Br. 310.34 Derailment Emergency Response
“Matt’s promotion to management is good news for our team and for our clients,” says Anthony Schoenecker, Southeast Regional Manager for Field Services. “Matt brings a strong construction background to the team, and his experiences have translated to a good understanding of how construction projects come together. He is thorough in his work, and he is driven to do work right, and to do it right the first time. Because of this hard work, Matt has earned the respect of his colleagues and of our clients. Having Matt in a management role will bolster our construction services offerings; we are excited to have him as part of the management team.”
Matt earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Pennsylvania State University. He holds professional licensure in Louisiana, Texas, and Indiana and is an active member in AREMA Committee 10-Structures Maintenance and Construction.