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Friday, July 25, 2003
Contact: Gary Strasburg
Tel: 404-562-3668

New Resource Center Organization

Federal Highway Administrator Mary Peters has announced changes in the way the Agency's Resource Center is organized to better meet today's transportation challenges.

"The new FHWA Resource Center is structured to improve our ability to serve our partners and customers," Peters said. "We now operate as one Resource Center with the enhanced capability to provide training and technical assistance across national and geographical boundaries. With this new structure, we are also better able to embrace new ways of thinking and become more specialized to support program delivery and technology deployment."

Under the new structure, the FHWA Resource Center will have 10 specialized technical service teams. Each team has a national Team Leader to quickly coordinate responses to your calls and requests. The FHWA Resource Center locations will remain the same, with offices in Atlanta, Baltimore, Olympia Fields (Chicago), and San Francisco.

The new structure enhances unified and coordinated coverage and assistance. Each Team Leader manages a Technical Service Team with technical specialists located across the country in the FHWA Resource Center offices. This structure allows the team members to align goals and activities on a national scope, continue to provide geographical service to customers, and draw upon the national team for best practices and additional expertise.

Each FHWA Resource Center office hosts two to three specialty areas, and each Team Leader is located in the office that houses his or her specialty:

  • Atlanta:
    1. Construction and Project Management
    2. Finance
    3. Pavement and Materials

  • Baltimore:
    1. Geotech and Hydraulics
    2. Structures

  • Olympia Fields:
    1. Operations
    2. Safety and Highway Design

  • San Francisco:
    1. Air Quality
    2. Environment
    3. Planning

In each location, the Resource Center has a core staff, which includes Administration, Civil Rights, Information and Analysis, Marketing, Media, Quality and Strategic Planning, and Technology Deployment that supports the efforts of each Technical Service Team as well as the overall efforts of the Resource Center.

The 10 Technical Service Teams and their respective Team Leaders are as follows:

The locations of the four Resource Center Offices and their respective managers are:

Gary Corino, Manager
Resource Center at Atlanta
61 Forsyth Street, Suite 17T26
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 562-3570
Fax: (404) 562-3700

Joyce Curtis, Manager
Resource Center at Baltimore
10 So. Howard Street, Suite 4000
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: (410) 962-0093
Fax: (410) 962-3655

William R. Gary White, Manager
Resource Center at Olympia Fields
19900 Governors Drive, Suite 301
Olympia Fields, IL 60461
Phone: (708) 283-3500
Fax: (708) 283-3501

C. Glenn Clinton, Manager
Resource Center at San Francisco
201 Mission Street, Suite 2100
San Francisco, CA 94105
Phone: (415) 744-3102
Fax: (415) 744-2620


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