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Justice Maswoswe
Senior Geotechnical Engineer
10 South Howard Street, Suite 4000
Baltimore, MD 21201

Ph: (410) 962-2460
FAX: (410) 962-4586
justice.maswoswe@dot.gov

Experience
Began working in field in 1978
Joined FHWA in 2006

Education
•    Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Imperial College, London, England, 1978
•    M.Sc., Soil Mechanics (Geotechnical Engineering), Imperial College, London, England, 1980
•    Ph.D., Soil Mechanics (Geotechnical Engineering), Imperial College, London, England, 1984

Expertise/Specialty
•    Geotechnical Seismic Engineering
•    Ground Improvement
•    Drilled Shafts
•    Instrumentation
•    Slop Stability
•    Primary contact for Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia

Licenses and Registrations
•    P.E., Connecticut (active)
•    P.E., Massachusetts (active)

Professional Associations
•    American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) member
•    Deep Foundation Institute (DFI), member
•    ASCE Geo-Institute Technical Committee on Grouting, member
•    International Conference Organization for Grouting, Inc. (ICOG), member
•    TRB Geo-Seismic Sub Committee, member
•    Northeast States Geotechnical Engineers Workshop Steering Committee, member

Professional Highlights
•    Major Projects: Provided technical assistance on major projects such as Delaware DOT's cable-stayed Indian River Inlet (Charles W. Cullen) Bridge; Florida DOT's Port of Miami Tunnel; Maryland's Inter-County Connector; Minnesota DOT's I-35W Replacement Bridge; Virginia DOT's Downtown Tunnel/Midtown Tunnel/MLK Extension; and New York State Thruway Authority's Tappan Zee Bridge.

•    Program/Process Reviews: Team Leader during comprehensive Geotechnical Program and Process Reviews for Maine, Massachusetts and Rhode Island State Departments of Transportation.

•    Technology Deployment: Member of ASCE Geo-Institute Technical Committee's Grouting Task Force that developed and published Jet Grouting Guideline; and member of ICOG that organized 4th International Conference on Grouting and Deep Mixing in New Orleans, LA.

•    Prior to joining FHWA: Principal professional associate and project manager for a global multi-discipline engineering organization; and project manager for a national geotechnical and environmental consulting firm.

•    Provided geotechnical engineering support as senior project geotechnical engineer during conceptual/preliminary design of the multi-billion-dollar Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement Project in Seattle, Washington.

•    Provided on-site consultant/expert technical advice to international joint venture during conceptual and final design of Busan - Geoje Fixed Link Project - a mega project that included deep soil-cement foundation for a 2-mile, 170-ft-max depth immersed tunnel in Busan, South Korea.

•    Senior project geotechnical engineer and chief geotechnical engineer during design and construction of the multi-billion-dollar Central Artery/Tunnel Project in Boston, Massachusetts. This included technically managing the design and providing construction support for an innovative 60-foot-deep cut-and-cover tunnel's vertical frozen soil lateral earth support system and the first U.S. large scale application of ground stabilization by deep soil-cement mixing technology.

•    Senior project geotechnical engineer during design of the Inter-Island Tunnel Project that included 230- to 290-foot-deep, 11.5-foot-diameter rock tunnels and a 60-foot-deep, 11-foot diameter, soft ground tunnel.

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