Eric is a transportation consultant with AECOM based in Denver, Colorado. He currently provides support to the AECOM Transportation business development group and provides consulting services in several of the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) master programs. The CDOT programs he is involved with include the Office of Major Project Development (OMPD), RoadX, the Office of Program Management (PMO), and the Colorado Bridge Enterprise (CBE). Eric's doctoral research focused on exploring how innovative project delivery methods influence life-cycle design decisions-making processes; in particular, he studied public-private partnerships (P3s) for the delivery of major highway projects in the US through case-study methodology. His research analyzed three of the largest P3s that have been delivered in recent years in the US: the Presidio Parkway Project in San Francisco, CA, the US-36 Managed Lanes Project in Denver-Boulder, CO, and the Elizabeth River Tunnel Project in Norfolk-Portsmouth, VA. Eric enjoys mountain biking, snowboarding, traveling, hiking, reading, and spending time with his family and friends.
PhD in Civil Engineering (Construction Engineering and Management), University of Colorado Boulder, 2016
MS in Civil Engineering (Construction Engineering and Management), University of Colorado Boulder, 2010
BS in Civil Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder, 2010
International Engineering Certificate in Spanish, University of Colorado Boulder, 2010
Engineer In Training (EIT)
Colorado Board of Licensure for Architects, Professional Engineers, and Professional Land Surveyors
National Science Foundation Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) Assistantship, 2012