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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Maine WTS 2015 Annual Meeting

05:15 PM - 08:00 PM Eastern Standard Time

Maple Hill Farm

Bed & Breakfast Inn and Conference Center

11 Inn Road, Hallowell, ME

Cost:  $30 member, $40 non-member, $20 state employee, student, retiree

Please join WTS-Maine Chapter for a briefing from MaineDOT Commissioner Bernhard.  The Commissioner will discuss "Keeping Our Bridges Safe".  We are proud to have Dave as an honorary WTS-Maine Chapter member.
Commissioner Bernhardt joined the MaineDOT in 1984 and has held several positions at the Department over the years, including Director of Engineering and Operations. His duties in the role included tackling difficult or recurring engineering, technical, and operational challenges, and recommending solutions based on engineering and operational experience, and transportation system performance measures. He also managed MaineDOT’s line units – the Bureau of Project Development, Bureau of Maintenance and Operations, and Environmental Office in that position.
Dave Bernhardt previously served as MaineDOT’s Director of Maintenance and Operations for more than four years, during which time he implemented a number of cost-saving and efficiency-gaining initiatives.
Commissioner Bernhardt is a 1984 graduate of the University of Maine at Orono, where he earned AS and BS degrees in Civil Engineering. He is a licensed Professional Engineer, and he is an active participant on national and state committees involved in transportation issues.

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