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).
This third consecutive contract selection continues Modjeski and Masters’ partnership with DDOT, which began with its first selection ten years ago. Since then, Modjeski and Masters has built a strong relationship with DDOT and a deep understanding of its bridges and transportation systems.
“We are honored to be selected for an unprecedented third Citywide Consultant Bridge Inspection contract by DDOT,” said Mike Britt, President and CEO of Modjeski and Masters. “Having inspected its nearly 300 bridges over the past ten years, our firm understands the challenges and benefits each one brings to our nation’s capital. We believe this deep understanding provides us a unique benefit for extending the life of these structures.”
In previous DDOT selections, the Modjeski and Masters Team completed work including evaluating bridges for scour, monitoring areas of concern on specific bridges, and peer review of new designs. As part of this new Citywide Consultant Bridge contract, Modjeski and Masters will lead bridge inspections, perform load capacity ratings, respond to bridge emergencies, and provide overall quality assurance.
This latest selection continues our successful long-term partnership with the District, which dates back to the early 1930’s. For more information on this project, please visit our project page.
About Modjeski and Masters, Inc.
M&M is one of the world’s leading bridge engineering firms, with a reputation for technical excellence and innovation that goes beyond current standards. Established more than 120 years ago, the firm is responsible for the design and maintenance of some of our nation’s most recognizable structures. Services include fixed and movable bridge design, inspection and rehabilitation, and all facets of lifecycle maintenance, research and code development. For more information, including in-depth videos of M&M at work, please visit www.modjeski.com.