The Opus College of Engineering will host Paul Giroux, senior estimating manager at Kiewit and distinguished member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, for “Building the Brooklyn Bridge” on Friday, March 22, at noon in Engineering Hall, Room 323.
Giroux’s presentation highlights many of the challenges faced and lessons learned during construction of the Brooklyn Bridge. Giroux’s work has focused on a variety of heavy civil engineering mega projects throughout the United States, including notable projects such as the Fort McHenry Tunnel in Baltimore, the Zakim/Bunker Hill Bridge in Boston and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge east span.
This event is free and open to the public. More information is online.
This event is a part of the “Connecting with the World Lecture Series,” which allows the Opus College of Engineering to host speakers who present on a variety of engineering topics.