Rob Morrison is a senior project manager who has provided project management, design, and construction support services for a variety of highway and bridge assignments, including projects for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission.
Rob served as the project manager for final design for the 2003 Pennsylvania Partnership for Highway Quality Design Award-winning, four-lane, urban limited access, Route 26/I-99 Corridor, which connected SR 0322 – commonly known as the Mt. Nittany Expressway – with SR 6026, Section A02 in Centre County. The project included five miles of new expressway with four interchanges, 10 bridges, three culverts, and two retaining walls. He was also a design engineer for preliminary engineering and final design of a new 2.1 mile, collector-distributor roadway system for US Route 30 in Lancaster County in Pennsylvania. The project included nine bridges, 12 retaining walls, and five sound barriers.
Rob graduated from Drexel University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering. He also earned a Master of Engineering in Engineering Science from Penn State University. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in six states, including Pennsylvania. As a project manager, he has prepared design schedules, manpower projections, and project budgets, in addition to coordinated subconsultants, right-of-way acquisitions, utility companies, and public agencies. Rob has been responsible for coordinating project status meetings and public meetings, and reviewing project invoicing and designs. As a project engineer, he has experience in designing horizontal and vertical alignment, drainage, erosion and sediment pollution controls, pavement, signing and pavement markings, lighting, and maintenance and protection of traffic plans.