MECHANICSBURG, PA | Modjeski and Masters announced the promotion of five of its employees: Buck Ouyang, PE has been promoted to Vice President; Lee Lentz, PE, Blaise Blabac, PE, and Cullen Ledet, PE have been promoted to Senior Project Manager; and Jason Miles, PE has been promoted to Project Manager.
LITTLETON, CO | Modjeski and Masters today announced the full integration of Summit Engineering Group. With expanded services and expertise, we are positioned to offer clients an even greater level of service – as one firm.
AUSTIN, TX | Modjeski and Masters is pleased to announce the opening of our new office in Austin, TX! The office is the firm’s first office in the state, and its 12th location nationwide. This highlights the firm’s continued growth, as well as its dedication to growing in this particular region.
ORLANDO, FL | Modjeski and Masters will attend and exhibit at the Heavy Movable Structures (HMS) 2018 Biennial Movable Bridge Symposium October 22-25 at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld. Our booth number is 213.
CHARLESTON, WV | Modjeski and Masters is pleased to announce the relocation and expansion of our regional office in Charleston, WV! The office relocation highlights our firm’s continued growth, as well as its dedication to this particular region.
MOUNT LAUREL, NJ | Modjeski and Masters, a nationwide leader in the design, inspection, and rehabilitation of all bridge types, including long-span and movable structures, was awarded a task order contract for Bridge and Railway Engineering with NJ TRANSIT.
PHILADELPHIA, PA | Modjeski and Masters today announced its selection for the 2018 Biennial Inspection of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge from the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA). This historic structure features a 1,750 ft. main suspended span and is over 9,500 ft. in total length.
WASHINGTON, DC | Modjeski and Masters, a nationwide leader in the design, inspection, and rehabilitation of all bridge types, including long-span and movable structures, today announced its selection for the Citywide Consultant Bridge Inspection contract with the District Department of Transportation (DDOT).
MECHANICSBURG, PA | Modjeski and Masters today announced its selection for the Statewide Movable Bridge contract with the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT). As the prime consultant on this contract, Modjeski and Masters will perform as-needed detailed structural, mechanical, electrical, and/or hydraulic inspections of movable bridges across the state of Michigan.
MECHANICSBURG, PA | Modjeski and Masters announced the promotion of four of its employees: Michael Britt, PE has been promoted to Chief Executive Officer (in addition to his role as President); Quentin Johnson, PE has been promoted to Vice President; and Thomas Cole, PE, and Thomas Rogers, PE have been promoted to Associate. They will contribute to the firm’s internal leadership, helping to build Modjeski and Masters’ continued recognition as a worldwide leader in bridge engineering.
Modjeski and Masters Inc., one of the world’s leading bridge engineering firms, is celebrating a milestone 125th anniversary this year. As an employee-owned company, Modjeski and Masters is a nationwide leader in the design, inspection, and rehabilitation of all bridge types, including long-span and movable structures. The firm primarily serves state transportation departments, port and turnpike authorities, and railroads.
HARRISBURG, PA | Modjeski and Masters was honored with two awards by the Association for Bridge Construction and Design (ABCD), Susquehanna Chapter. The firm was recognized with the Outstanding Rehabilitated Bridge Award for its work on the Portage Lake Lift Bridge in Michigan, and won the Outstanding New Medium Span Bridge Award for the Elizabeth City Bascule Bridge in North Carolina.
NEW ORLEANS, LA | It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Mr. Donald F. Sorgenfrei, former Senior Vice President of Modjeski and Masters and Principal in charge of the New Orleans Office.
MECHANICSBURG, PA | M&M was recently awarded two separate research projects from the Transportation Research Board (TRB) of the National Academies under the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP).
ST. LOUIS, MO | Modjeski and Masters has been selected to perform engineering services required for the rehabilitation and replacement of the oldest portions of the Union Station Tunnel in St. Louis, Mo.
MECHANICSBURG, PA | Modjeski and Masters, a nationwide leader in the design, inspection, and rehabilitation of all bridge types, including long-span and movable structures, today announced that Michael F. Britt will take over the role of President, effective January 1, 2017.
MECHANICSBURG, PA | Modjeski and Masters (M&M) has been selected to perform engineering services necessary for the rehabilitation of two bascule bridges crossing the St. Joseph River in southwest Michigan.
MECHANICSBURG, PA | We are pleased to announce that new spliced post-tensioned concrete U-girder standards, which we helped develop, are approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT).
ELIZABETH CITY, NC | In a ribbon cutting ceremony held Friday, May, 15, the North Carolina Department of Transportation, along with Modjeski and Masters, Inc. (M&M) and Archer Western Contractors, officially unveiled the new eastbound span of the Pasquotank River Bridge.
MECHANICSBURG, PA | Modjeski and Masters, Inc. (M&M) has come in at #260 on the recently published Engineering News Record (ENR) TOP 500 Design Firm’s List for 2015. M&M moved up 50 spots in the rankings by comparison to last year.
MECHANICSBURG, PA | Since its construction in 1929, Modjeski and Masters has been deeply involved with the Ambassador Bridge. Ralph Modjeski, the firm’s founder, was the bridge owner’s consulting engineer. He oversaw design and construction of, what was at the time, the world’s longest suspended span of 1,850 feet.
MECHANICSBURG, PA | Freight railroads are an important yet often overlooked part of America’s infrastructure. In the United States, it’s a close to $70 Billion industry that employs around 176,000 people.