If you thrive in a fast-paced environment and like to see
engineering designs translated into constructed work in real time,
a career at JMT may be right for you. Working at JMT has
given me the opportunity to work on a diverse array of interesting
projects that range from small bridge replacement projects to some
of the largest, most complex and challenging design-build projects
in the industry. Early in my career at JMT, I worked on the
Paper Mill Road Bridge project in Baltimore County Maryland.
I was part of a team responsible for preliminary and final design
for this steel box arch with a span of 495 feet that rises to a
height of 99 feet above the Gunpowder Falls, an environmentally
sensitive watershed for Baltimore City. This is the longest
steel through arch span in Maryland. This project was
challenging from a design standpoint but also due to the
environmental concerns and the historical and aesthetic elements of
the existing bridge, which was undisturbed by the construction.
The project received multiple national and regional awards
for excellence during design and construction.
I have also had the opportunity to work on some mega projects
such as the Inter County Connector Contract 'C' Design-Build
Project in Maryland and the 11th Street Corridor
Design-Build Project in Washington, DC. The Design-build
approach takes collaboration to a new level. Designers and
contractors work side by side every day. This is essential to
delivering the most cost-effective project possible, and challenges
us, as professionals, to embrace new methods for delivering
traditional engineering services. These challenges and more
are what make JMT such an engaging place to work.