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MassDOT and the Changes in Construction Management

March 20, 2018
7:30 AM to 9:00 AM
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Wentworth Institute of Technology - Beatty Hall (Room 119)
550 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
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MassDOT and the Changes in Construction Management

Jonathan L. Gulliver, Highway Administrator, Massachusetts Department of Transportation is responsible for the engineering, construction, and operation of all state highways, bridges and tunnels of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Please join CMAA New England to hear about recent changes at the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and how they will impact our industry.

Jonathan L. Gulliver, Highway Administrator, Massachusetts Department of Transportation

Highway Administrator Gulliver is a Lancaster, Massachusetts native with over two decades of experience in state government and in managing complex transportation projects. He has helped oversee numerous major projects such as the $81.8 million Commonwealth Avenue Bridge Replacement Project in Boston, the $244 million Fore River Bridge Replacement Project in Quincy and Weymouth, and other infrastructure work including the Route 3 northbound bridge replacement project which occurred over a single weekend.

Administrator Gulliver’s depth of engineering and statewide experience runs wide. Prior to being named the Highway Administrator, he served as the MassDOT District 3 Highway Director responsible for the state highway and bridge system covering 77 municipalities throughout Central Massachusetts. He has also served as the Project Development Director for MassDOT’s District 6 in Metro-Boston.

Prior to joining MassDOT in 2009, the Administrator served as the Deputy Chief Engineer of the Department of Conservation and Recreation where he was responsible for the management of special agency projects and the billion-dollar Metro-Boston Accelerated Bridge Program. Administrator Gulliver’s team focused on contextually sensitive transportation projects on the Metropolitan Parkway System. He holds a degree in Civil Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

Event Date, Time & Location:
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
7:30 AM – Registration & Breakfast
8:00 AM – Presentation & Questions
9:00 AM – Questions and Closing

Wentworth Institute of Technology
Beatty Hall, Rm 119 (Back of Cafeteria)
550 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

Parking at Wentworth is unavailable. Public parking is available near the Museum of Fine Arts (20 Museum Rd, Boston, MA 02115). Or take the Green Line E Train to Museum of Fine Arts stop.

Please register on line at: http://cmaa-ne.org. Select your event and method of payment. Select: $35 for CMAA members, $50 for non-members, $15 Federal/State/Local Employees, Registered students attend for free.

Tickets

$35.00 Member Ticket

$50.00 Non-Member Ticket

$15.00 Federal/State/Local Employee Ticket

$0.00 Student Ticket

Documents

MassDOT Program Flyer

CMAA New England Chapter Annual Sponsors