Jim enjoys the challenge of solving complex engineering problems to ensure that our transportation infrastructure is safe, reliable, and cost-effective. He knows people depend on transportation infrastructure daily, and that it directly impacts their quality of life.
Having amassed a diverse set of capabilities, including design, engineering computations, and load rating analysis for various bridge elements, Jim works on projects of all shapes and sizes. Currently, he’s engineering the North Metro Rail Line, a new major 18.5-mile commuter rail line in Denver, Colorado. This rail line will provide rapid transit service for travelers along the congested highway corridor and feature the Skyway Bridge—a 9,500-foot-long bridge that will become the longest bridge in Colorado.
Jim enjoys all things outdoors, which is a large part of why he moved from his hometown of Fort Washington, Maryland to Denver. He loves living an active lifestyle, whether hiking, rock climbing, or skiing.