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Achieving Speed in Steel Bridge Fabrication

When it comes to achieving speed in steel bridge fabrication, is it simply a matter of faster cutting, fitting, welding, and drilling?  Or is there a role for owners, designers, and general contractors to play?  Find out the key things that you can do to either accelerate your project or simply keep it on schedule.

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Christopher Garrell, PE, LEED AP Chief Bridge Engineer of NSBA

Christopher Garrell joined the National Steel Bridge Alliance (NSBA) in 2009 and is currently the chief bridge engineer. His primary responsibility is to lead and promote all bridge related technical activities among the design, construction, and academic communities.  Additionally, Chris is responsible for identifying and leading initiatives that ultimately make steel bridge design, construction and maintenance safer, simpler and more cost effective.

Prior to joining NSBA, Chris spent 12 years working for Bentley Systems where he was both a software engineer and product manager for structural engineering-BIM. Before joining Bentley, he was a bridge engineer with STV, Incorporated. He has a B.S. in civil engineering from the University at Buffalo, a B.S. in physics from State University of New York at Fredonia, an M.E. in software engineering from Penn State and a M.S. in systems engineering also from Penn State.