MT Chaudhry Joins EBA Engineering as Vice President
MT Chaudhry, PE, has joined EBA Engineering, Inc. (EBA) as vice president of the firm’s Structural and Transportation Engineering Departments. Chaudhry is based in EBA’s Laurel, Maryland, headquarters and will be responsible for overseeing the department’s projects and operations, as well as managing client relations and business development.
“MT is an outstanding choice to lead EBA’s structural and transportation engineering practice,” said EBA President and CEO Rizwan Siddiqi, PE. “He will bring a wealth of leadership experience to EBA, including an impressive record of delivering transportation, structural design, and inspection projects.”
Chaudhry has more than 35 years of engineering experience, including transportation and structural engineering, bridge and tunnel design, inspection, construction, and management of large projects in urban areas.
He most recently served as the Division Bridge Engineer for the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Maryland Division, where he assessed the State of Maryland’s compliance with National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBIS) for the state’s approximately 5,250 bridges. He reviewed structural plans for numerous bridge projects and supervised bridge construction projects selected for FHWA oversight.
He previously held a similar role for the FHWA Michigan Division for oversight of the Michigan Department of Transportation’s bridge program.
Chaudhry has also managed and delivered high-profile transportation design and inspection projects throughout the U.S., including the I-10/SR 601 Interchange project in Harrison County, Mississippi, a four-level interchange with 21 bridges; the Fifth Runway bridge structure over I-285 at Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport; and the systemwide inspection of bridges and tunnels for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA).
Chaudhry is a licensed professional engineer, certified team leader and program manager for NBIS bridge inspections, and certified team leader for tunnel inspections for the National Tunnel Inspection Program (NTIP). He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering from The Ohio State University.