CSD Symposium Case Study [Summary]

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Title: CSD Symposium Case Study [Summary]
Author: Gulick, William S.
Abstract: William S. Gulick, P.E. L.S., attended the University of Kentucky. Since 1967, he has worked as a consultant; worked as a Transportation departmental staff person, headed the Computer Aided Drafting and Design development in the highway design area. For ten years he served as the Transportation Engineer Branch Manager for the Developmental Branch which includes the CADD Section; Standard Drawings; and Field Survey Coordination. He is currently an Assistant State Highway Engineer for the Transportation Cabinet. Mr. Gulick was the project manager for the Paris Pike project, which has become a showcase for Context Sensitive Design. He has worked with the University of Kentucky in developing a training course on Context Sensitive Design, which is now required training for all project engineers in Kentucky. Mr. Gulick has worked with the University of Kentucky to present this training to several other state DOTs and has become one of the country's recognized leaders in this area. Mr. Gulick is currently the project manager for the $2.4 billion Louisville Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project.
Description: Summary of a presentation from the Context Sensitive Design Symposium, May 2004, Atlanta, Georgia Case study
Type: Other
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/19954
Date: 2004-05-11
Contributor: Georgia Institute of Technology. Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development
Kentucky. Transportation Cabinet
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Highway design
Context sensitive design
Social and environmental impacts
Informed public decision processes

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