Failed Drainage = Failed Roadways – Fix Drainage Problems Today to Save Money in the Future
Each day we make our standard commute expecting to arrive at our destination with routine efficiency. But do we ever stop to think about the roadway elements that make that possible? Pavement, utilities, traffic signage, drainage, storm sewers and more all have a role to play in roadway management. Join Senior Project Engineer, Scott A Cook as he provides an overview of culvert management and replacement with regards to budgeting, planning and overall asset management.
Scott Cook, PE
Senior Project EngineerScott Cook specializes in roadway design for ODOT and other public agencies and has extensive civil engineering design experience that includes drainage design and hydraulics, stream and river hydraulic and hydrologic analysis, right-of-way engineering, traffic engineering and traffic studies, utility engineering and land surveying. Scott is also experienced in highway and street lighting, railroad design, coastal engineering, and subdivision and commercial development. He is accustomed to working with ODOT, large and mid-size municipalities, and AASHTO design criteria and standards, including all aspects of roadway geometry, signing and pavement marking, maintenance of traffic, traffic control and utilities.