About the presenter
Pat Hawley is a senior project manager in the traffic engineering group at raSmith. He completed his BS at Marquette University and his MS at Texas A&M University, both in civil engineering. Pat has more than 30 years of transportation project management experience. His areas of expertise include traffic planning, access management, site circulation, traffic impact studies, roundabouts, and parking studies. Pat has managed large multi-disciplined project teams on complex projects. He presents regularly at conferences, publishes transportation articles in national publications, and has taught classes at Marquette University and through the University of Wisconsin system. He holds certifications as a professional engineer (Wisconsin and Illinois), professional traffic operations engineer (PTOE), road safety professional (RSP), WisDOT qualified roundabout designer, and WisDOT certified TIA (traffic impact analysis) preparer. Pat regularly provides expert witness testimony on access, traffic operations and safety issues
About the Engineering Seminar Series
The University of Wisconsin-Platteville spring 2023 Engineering Seminar Series is offered on campus and via zoom. Free and open to the public, these presentations showcase the plan, design, construction, and maintenance of real-world engineering projects and how they change our community. Attendees are eligible for one professional development hour.
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