FINLEY Bridge Engineer, Ton Tu, Obtains P.E. License
FINLEY Engineering Group (FINLEY), a Tallahassee-based bridge design and construction engineering firm, congratulates Ton Tu, P.E., on passing the Professional Engineering examination and officially receiving his Professional Engineering license.
During his 3 years with FINLEY, Ton’s most notable projects have included Honolulu Authority For Rapid Transportation HART Extension 3 where he was responsible for the 3D innovative shop drawing of platform girders. Ton has done extensive design work on the Wekiva Parkway Section 6 Design-Build where, as a Bridge Designer, he was responsible for superstructure design including diaphragms, anchors and deviator segments. During the construction phase Ton Tu was responsible for designs of pier table falsework, end span falsework, cofferdam, and technical support. In addition, Ton performed design drawings, specifically 3D innovative shop drawing. Ton has also done considerable work on SR25/Okeechobee Road and SR 826/Palmetto Expressway where he was responsible for the analysis of superstructure, including steel plate girder and steel box girder options. Additionally, Ton Tu is also in charge of creating high complex 3D models using Sofistik analysis software for this project. FINLEY would like to acknowledge all of Ton’s hard work, and looks forward to the great contributions Ton will continue to make as a part of the Team.
About Finley Engineering Group (FINLEY)
FINLEY is recognized nationally and internationally as a leading design, engineering and construction consulting firm specializing in complex bridge projects of all kinds. FINLEY’s expertise includes concrete segmental, steel box, arches and trusses and long span cable-stayed bridges. FINLEY focuses on large Contractor-driven projects, such as design-build, D/B/F/O/M, Public-Private Partnership (P3) and value engineering/alternative design.
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