Tom Rogers Promoted to Vice President
Modjeski and Masters, Inc. (M&M) is pleased to announce the appointment of Tom Rogers, PE, CWI to Vice President.
Tom joined M&M in 2002 and is the regional director of the firm’s West Virginia Business Unit. He is a licensed professional engineer in West Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana. Tom is experienced in structural analysis, design, ratings, and rehabilitation of a variety of bridge types including girder, truss, and cable stay bridges. In addition, Tom serves as vice-chair of AWS D1.5 Bridge Welding Code. He is a firm-wide welding resource that has reviewed Welding Procedure Specifications for projects on two continents. In this role, Tom will continue to manage and coordinate WVDOH projects for the Charleston office and help expand M&M’s footprint in West Virginia.
"It has been a privilege to work alongside the experts in the bridge engineering community. When interacting with clients, fabricators, or representing M&M at conferences, it is obvious that M&M is known for its technical expertise and integrity. I am honored to be a part of this tradition and excited to continue the legacy."
Tom has contributed to many notable projects, including:
- Veteran’s Memorial Bridge Rehabilitation, Weirton, WV
- Jennings Randolph Bridge Rehabilitation, Chester, WV
- Capon Bridge Rehabilitation, Capon Bridge, WV
- SR 56 Truss Rating/Deck Replacement, TN
- I-40 Truss Rating, TN
- Bristol Bridges, Bristol, WV
- I-74 Mississippi River Arch Bridges – Welding Reviews, IA & IL
“The West Virginia Business Unit has grown dramatically under Tom’s leadership. This is due to Tom’s extensive relationships with key WVDOH personnel, his knowledge of their policies and procedures, and his commitment to delivering high quality contract documents in a timely manner. I have no doubt that this success will continue and the business unit will continue to grow,” said Senior Vice President David Petermeier.
Tom graduated from West Virginia Institute of Technology in 2001 with his B.S. degree in civil engineering, and furthered his education at Marshall University, Huntington, WV obtaining his M.S. in engineering.