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The Nottoway Bridge is an existing bridge on Route 46 over the Nottoway River near Blackstone, Virginia.  This case study reviews visual observations, NDE and SM results, materials testing, and bridge deck service life modeling. The assessment was part of a decision-making process regarding the construction of a new bridge versus rehabilitating the old bridge. Part of this presentation will discuss various NDE techniques and how they can be used to help assess and manage similar assets.

WHEN: Tuesday, November 29, 2022, 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM.
WHERE: Hilton Arlington, 950 North Stafford Street, Arlington, Virginia.
METRO: Get off Orange/Silver Line at Ballston Station, walk 0.1 mile.
PARKING: Hotel: $10. Ballston Mall garage: $1 after 6pm. Street: Free after 6pm.
FEE: Registration on or before November 25: $45. Walk-in/Late registrations: $55. Life Members [age 65+]: $25. Students: $10.
One (1.0) Professional Development Hour (PDH) will be awarded for attendance.

About the Speaker

Travis Green, PE

Travis Green, PE is a Principal at Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc. (WJE). Since joining WJE in 2000, Travis Green's experience has included structural investigations, evaluations, load tests, and repair designs for low- and high-rise commercial buildings and parking structures. His work has involved post-tensioned, precast, and conventionally reinforced concrete structures; wood-framed, aluminum, and light-gauge metal structures; structural steel structures; pre-engineered buildings and building components; and concrete and brick masonry wall systems. Mr. Green's analytical work includes extensive use of computer models for research and analysis of new and existing structural systems. Prior to joining WJE, Mr. Green worked for an architect, at a precast concrete plant, and as a research assistant at the University of California at Los Angeles. Travis obtained his BS in Architectural Engineering from the University of Kansas and his MS in Civil Engineering from Georgia Tech. He was awarded a year-long scholarship to study architecture at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland. While a research assistant at the Georgia Institute of Technology, he performed large-scale experimental testing on partially restrained composite, beam-to-column connections. Mr. Green is a certified Bridge Construction Inspection Instructor.

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