Rich Jackson Promoted to Vice President
Modjeski and Masters, Inc. (M&M) is pleased to announce the appointment of Rich Jackson, PE to Vice President. In this role, Rich leads the structures section of the Movable Bridge Business Unit (MBBU), leading projects and pursuing work throughout the full portfolio of the MBBU.
Rich joined Modjeski and Masters, Inc. in 2000. He brings over 23 years of increasingly responsible bridge engineering experience in infrastructure evaluation, inspection, design and construction phases including program management, project management, controls, and risk management for complex fixed and movable highway and rail bridges. He has managed multidisciplinary teams of engineering staff, design consultants, construction management consultants, and contractors through all phases of design and construction.
"It is an honor and privilege to work alongside and help lead the finest bridge engineers in our industry. I look forward to helping lead the Movable Bridge Business Unit, while expanding our project work and serving clients throughout the nation," said Rich.
Rich has contributed to many notable projects, including:
- Program Management of Point No Point Bridge Replacement Project, Kearny, NJ
- Paulsboro Bridge Replacement, Paulsboro, NJ
- Rehabilitation of MLK Drive Bridge over Schuylkill River, Philadelphia, PA
- Rehabilitation of Townsends Inlet Bridge, Sea Isle, NJ
- Rehabilitation of 15th Street over Callowhill Cut, Philadelphia, PA
- Hackensack Vertical Lift Bridge Machinery Replacement, Newark, NJ
“Rich’s depth of engineering experience, innovation, and wisdom have consistently earned us the respect and trust of our clients. His commitment to engineering excellence, teamwork, and client satisfaction position us well for continued growth and success,” said Kevin Johns, PE, Movable Bridge Business Unit director.
Rich holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Rutgers University. He is a licensed professional engineering in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and is a member of AISC, ASCE, ACECNJ, AREMA and HMS.