Intelligent Infrastructure Systems is pleased to announce that three staff members have passed the Professional Engineers Exam.
Nathaniel Dubbs, PhD, PE, P Eng has been actively involved in analysis, design, and rehabilitation projects for more than nine years where he is responsible for structural evaluation, monitoring, and testing of critical large scale bridges and integrates bridge design, bridge inspection and structural evaluation expertise into a value-added service for bridge owners and asset managers. Dr. Dubbs recently passed the Professional Practice Exam to become a registered Professional Engineer or P Eng in Saskatchewan, Canada. In addition, Dr. Dubbs is a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Maryland, Florida, Connecticut, Michigan, and Virginia.
John Prader, PhD, PE has more than twelve years of experience in the analysis, instrumentation, and monitoring of large constructed systems and is responsible for leading the development and implementation of instrumentation and monitoring systems for emergency response and has managed a multiyear technical assistance effort for a state DOT. Dr. Prader recently passed the Professional Engineer Exam to become a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania.
Charles Young, PE has more than six years’ experience with Intelligent Infrastructure Systems where he has designed and installed Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) Systems to track bridge performance, and developed finite element models of various structural systems for use in refined load ratings and model calibration. After a short sabbatical to earn a MS in Civil Engineering where he researched the Integration of Bridge Deck NDE Data with Model Updating and Structural Identification, Mr. Young brings his expertise to assist with the firm’s Structural Health Monitoring and Nondestructive Testing Practices. Mr. Young is an NBIS Certified Bridge Inspector, and registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania.