On Friday, March 5, 2021, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Kelli Bradley and Megan Miller will present the seminar “Florida Department of Transportation District 7 Program Management and Specialty Engineering”
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+1 813-694-2079 United States, Tampa (Toll)
Conference ID: 495 510 442#
At the Florida Department of Transportation, the Program Management Department handles a wide variety of services. Responsibilities include maintenance of the Work Program, project scheduling and estimates, administration of local agency projects, GIS services and multiple other specialty engineering functions. This presentation will focus mostly on the development of the Work Program as well as the multiple specialty engineering functions which occur in Program Management. The Work Program is the 5-year plan for funding and constructing transportation projects within the 5 counties of District 7. The Work Program requires balancing funding and scheduling of the prioritized projects within the budget allotted for District 7. Implementation of the Work Program is achieved through the cooperation of multiple disciplines and specialty engineering functions within D7.
Kelli Bradley, PE, Program Management Administrator
Kelli is a registered Professional Engineer in both Michigan and Florida. She graduated from Tri-State University (now Trine University) with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. She began her career as a Roadway Designer for the Michigan DOT where she worked for 5 years. After tiring of the cold weather, she relocated to sunny Tampa. She worked her first 8 years here in the FDOT District 7 office as an in-house Roadway Design Team Leader. She then took a promotion to become the PS&E Engineer for District 7 where she worked for just over 2 years. After a brief stint at a Consulting firm, she came back to District 7 where she is now going on 4 ½ years as the Program Management Administrator.
Megan Miller, PE, Special Projects Engineer
Megan graduated from the University of Missouri-Rolla (now Missouri S&T) with a B.S. in Geological Engineering. After college, she worked for environmental consultants performing solid waste landfill design and engineering, first in the Chicago area and then after relocating to Tampa. She then worked at Hillsborough County as a Solid Waste Project Manager for just over 10 years. Megan joined FDOT in 2016 as a Specifications Coordinator and was promoted to Special Projects Engineer in December 2019. She is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Florida and a Certified Public Manager.
This seminar is hosted by the USF Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Center for Urban Transportation Research, USF Student Chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers.
PE, Program Management Administrator
PE, Special Projects Engineer