Title: Iconic Bridge Replacement Projects: the Influence of History and Heritage in Design
Speaker: Theodore P. Zoli, National Bridge Chief Engineer, HNTB Corporation New York
Theodore Zoli serves as the technical director of HNTB’s bridge practice nationwide. During his 25 years with HNTB, Zoli has led the design of numerous innovative first-of-their kind bridges. In September 2009, Zoli was made a MacArthur Fellow by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. This prestigious award was granted for major technological advances to protect transportation infrastructure and for his innovative designs. In 2012, Zoli was selected as ENR’s Award of Excellence winner, considered the construction industry’s most prestigious honor.
More information on the speaker can be found at:
Location: Integrative Learning Center Building (ILC), Room S240
South end of building, 2nd floor
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The History and Heritage Lecture is funded by an endowment established in honor of Professor Chajes of the UMass CEE Department. Professor Chajes served for many decades as a professor of structural engineering at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, compiling a remarkable record of scholarly publication and teaching excellence. The History and Heritage Lecture is reflective of his interest in the topic, and his belief that students of civil & environmental engineering must understand the work of those who laid the foundation for the modern profession.