ASCE’s Charleston Branch welcomes you on Friday, October 6th, for an ASCE luncheon meeting. Presenting this month will be Paul Rosenbeck, PE, structural engineer with JMT. He will be discussing the resiliency, sustainability, and permitting strategies for today’s transportation projects as applied to the City of Charleston’s Beresford Creek Bridge replacement on Daniel Island.
This presentation will discuss advances in resilient and sustainable design as applied to a local transportation project, and the further applications of technologies like GFRP reinforcing to protect infrastructure investments. In addition, current permitting regulations and mitigation strategies will be discussed as applicable to coastal transportation construction.
We will be meeting in the Buyer Auditorium on The Citadel’s campus this month, which is located on the second floor of Mark Clark Hall. Parking can be found across the street from the building. Be sure to print out the parking pass above and place on your vehicle’s dash.
And as a reminder for in-person meetings, we ask you to keep the health and safety of yourself and others in mind.
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When: Friday, October 6, 2023
11:30 AM – 12:00 PM – Networking
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM – Presentation
Where: Buyer Auditorium
$15 – Public Sector
$25 – Members
$30 – Non-Members
PDH: 1 PDH to be received at the meeting
Presentation Topic: Resiliency, Sustainability, and Permitting Strategies for the City of Charleston’s Beresford Creek Bridge Replacement Project on Daniel Island
Mr. Rosenbeck is a senior structural engineer at JMT with 18 years of experience designing and inspecting bridges throughout the Mid-Atlantic states and South Carolina. Locally, he has been a key contributor to such projects as the I26/Volvo Car Drive Interchange in Berkeley County, The I26/Port Access Road interchange linking I26 to the Hugh Leatherman container terminal in North Charleston and the US1 over I20 interchange in Lexington County. He has extensive experience in design-build delivery and seismic analysis throughout the Low-Country and served as the Engineer of Record for the Beresford Creek bridge replacement. Paul is a current graduate student in the civil engineering program at the Citadel Graduate College. Originally from the City of Bridges (Pittsburgh, PA), he has lived in Mt. Pleasant with his wife and 4 children since 2016.