Chris Smith Promoted to Vice President
Modjeski and Masters, Inc. (M&M) is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Smith, PE to Vice President. Mr. Smith joined M&M in 1999 and leads the Pennsylvania Business Unit, managing projects since 2015. He has been extensively involved in the design, rehabilitation, and load rating of various types of bridges throughout the Commonwealth and nation and now focuses much of his efforts on pursuing and winning projects from M&M’s numerous Pennsylvania and Maryland Clients.
"I am humbled and honored to receive this promotion. I am very excited to continue contributing to the leadership of M&M’s future endeavors as we experience growth and continue to expand our client partnerships," said Chris.
Mr. Smith has contributed to many notable projects, including:
- SR 356 over Allegheny River Bridge Rehabilitation and Reconstruction, Freeport, PA
- M-231 over Grand River New Bridge Design, Grand Haven, MI
- Portageville Bridge Replacement Bridge, Letchworth State Park, NY
- SR 115 SEC 303 Interchange Reconstruction, Wilkes-Barre, PA
- Grays Ferry Avenue Bridge Rehabilitation and Montgomery Avenue Bridge Replacement, Philadelphia, PA
- Continuing M&M’s over three decades providing structural engineering services for complex bridge problems to PennDOT’s Bridge Office in Harrisburg, PA
"Chris has done a great job networking with decision makers of bridge owners, fellow consultants, and contractors. His ability to build sound relationships through both successful project management and delivery, as well his active participation in professional societies has led the Pennsylvania Business Unit to win many important projects. He continues to be seen as a mentor for our younger staff and is active in promoting their career development," stated Mike Britt, president and CEO.
Chris received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from West Virginia University. He went on to earn his Master of Engineering degree from Penn State University. He is a licensed professional engineer in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C. He is actively involved in numerous engineering societies. including ACEC/PA, ASHE, ABCD-Susquehanna Chapter, and ASCE-Central PA Section.