Structural Specialist Craig Dashner to Speak about Bridge Rehabilitation at National Infrastructure Conference

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Craig Dashner, of OHM and StructuralSpecialist.com, is presenting "When Good Bridges Go Bad" at Roads & Bridges Live 2010. Regarded throughout the Midwest as an expert in bridge scoping and bridge rehabilitation, Dashner will bring his experience and pragmatic approach to cost-effective maintenance for publicly-owned structures.

Craig Dashner to Speak at Infrastructure Live!

A thought leader in emergency response practices, Dashner is an advisor to major universities and Fortune 50 companies on emergency response issues.

Craig Dashner, of OHM (Orchard, Hiltz & McCliment, Inc.) and StructuralSpecialist.com, is presenting "When Good Bridges Go Bad" at Roads & Bridges Live 2010. Regarded throughout the Midwest as an expert in bridge scoping and brdge rehabilitation, Dashner will share his experience and pragmatic approach to cost-effective maintenance for publicly-owned structures.

Built on fifteen years experience performing bridge inspections and bridge scoping, Dashner's reputation for sound analysis and cost-efficient repair recommendations has led to scoping more than half of all Department of Transportation bridges in the region.

Craig’s experience performing bridge inspections and bridge scoping, along with experience designing temporary works for contractors led to his strong reputation for sound analysis and cost-efficient repair recommendations.

A thought leader in emergency response practices, Dashner is an advisor to major universities and Fortune 50 companies on emergency response issues. He serves on the National Council of Structural Engineers Association's (NCSEA) Structural Engineers Emergency Response Committee, and the Michigan Urban Search and Rescue team, a FEMA-equivalent organization he helped found. Craig's passion and area of expertise is specialized training for Urban Search & Rescue teams, including trench rescue.

A licensed professional engineer, Dashner earned a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from Michigan State University.

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