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MECHANICSBURG, PA | Modjeski and Masters, a bridge engineering firm responsible for the design of many of our nation’s iconic bridges, recently announced the promotion of four of its employees: Michael Britt, PE has been promoted to Chief Executive Officer (in addition to his role as President); Quentin Johnson, PE has been promoted to Vice President; and Thomas Cole, PE, and Thomas Rogers, PE have been promoted to Associate. They will contribute to the firm’s internal leadership, helping to build Modjeski and Masters’ continued recognition as a worldwide leader in bridge engineering. 

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Michael Britt, PE – Mike began his career with Modjeski and Masters in 1979 as a co-op student while attending Drexel University. He briefly left M&M in 1989 to serve as the Assistant Division Bridge Engineer in the Pennsylvania Division of the Federal Highway Administration. In this capacity, Mike oversaw ongoing design and construction activities to assure conformance to Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Federal criteria. Upon being hired back full-time, he served as Director of Business Development for several years before being promoted to Associate in 1997. In 2012, he was promoted to Senior Vice President and Director of Business Development, where he has played a crucial leadership role in the continued growth of the company. Under his guidance, marketing and business development initiatives were streamlined and modernized. In 2017, Mike was promoted to President where he is executing the firm’s strategic direction, safeguarding long-term success, and guiding complex projects at a managerial and technical level. Mike is a licensed professional engineer in Pennsylvania.

Quentin Johnson, PE – Quentin joined M&M in 1986 and is a Senior Project Manager and Office Manager for the Poughkeepsie, NY office. He has extensive experience in design, condition inspections, load ratings, fracture critical analyses, studies, reports, specifications, cost estimating, and construction liaison. He supervises project design teams of engineers and technicians. Quentin has served as Project Manager and Project Engineer for numerous short and medium span rehabilitation and bridge replacement projects. He has also led the rehabilitation of numerous long span structures including the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge suspension system investigation (BW-84) and monitoring project and the Wurts Street Bridge Cable Investigation Project. Quentin is a licensed professional engineer in Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York and is a member of the American Institute of Steel Construction.

Thomas Cole, PE – Tom joined M&M in 2003, and is a Senior Structural Engineer with the Poughkeepsie, NY office. He is assigned to the firm’s Design Section, and has been involved in a variety of bridge projects, particularly in the state of New York. His experience has included the structural analysis, design, detailing, and rehabilitation of a variety of bridges including suspension, truss, girder, and various movable bridges. Tom is thoroughly familiar with TBTA policies and procedures having served on TN-50, BW-84, and RK-23. He is a licensed professional engineer in Louisiana and New York and is a member of the American Institute of Steel Construction and the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Thomas Rogers, PE, CWI – Tom joined M&M in 2002 and is a Senior Structural Engineer with the Charleston, WV office. He is experienced with the design of all types of bridge substructure units, including drilled caissons, spread footing and pile supported, including integral and semi-integral abutment structures. Tom’s superstructure experience includes design of new girder bridges and rehabilitation including girder, truss and cable stay type bridges. He is also one of two individuals in the firm who has become a certified weld inspector. Tom is a licensed professional engineer in West Virginia, Ohio, and Indiana, and is a member of the American Institute of Steel Construction and the American Welding Society’s D1.5 Bridge Committee (voting member).