January 2021 Chapter Virtual Meeting
Roads and bridges are everywhere, and everyone relies on our transportation system. But what does it take to build a new road, or repair an aging bridge, or even install a new traffic signal? Each project is unique and has different challenges associated with them, and this presentation will introduce you the processes a project manager faces within the Missouri Department of Transportation. As a steward of the taxpayers’ dollars, MoDOT must always be cognizant of budget and schedule. We also must ensure the public and stakeholders are fully informed and involved throughout the life of every job. Please wear your seatbelt and come prepared with your questions!
Speaker: Tom Evers, P.E.
Assistant District Engineer, St. Louis Metro District of the Missouri Department of Transportation
Tom Evers is the Assistant District Engineer for MoDOT in St. Louis overseeing all of Program Delivery.
He is a graduate of the University of Missouri – Rolla, receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering in May 1999. He is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Missouri. Tom’s entire career has been with MoDOT, and has held positions in Construction and Design. He was a Transportation Project Manager between 2008-2011, leading the $50 million WB Blanchette Bridge rehabilitation project.
Tom currently lives in Maryland Heights with his wife and four children.
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