Name : Graham
Industry Type : Engineers
City & State : Fayetteville,GA
Job Title President
Relocation Preferences : None
Objective : To utilize my extensive domain expertise to effectively lead the development and growth of services business, expansion of applications into new domains, and delivery of superior technology services and solutions to customers in the transportation industry. To work closely with industry experts in sales and marketing to meet strategic goals regarding transportation-related software and services within federal, state and local, commercial, and international markets.
Resume :  
Harry Graham
Fayetteville, GA 30215
Work Experience:
May 07 to November 09Senior Manager LAI Engineering: Managed the Traffic and Transportation Division of LAI Engineering. Staff management is the beginning of successful project completion. Managed budgets and forecast for each project as the genesis of each new project start. Managed multiple projects simultaneously. Utilization of project scheduler & tool is a key element in remaining task focused and continual synchronization/adjustments to with project goals. Weekly project reviews are elementary in the strategic planning process. Managing this division involves the development of various Traffic Impact Studies, Traffic Signal Designs, Roadway Design & all associated component of design and Traffic Engineering Reports. Adherence to GDOTs PDP process proved critical to municipal planning and project delivery. Directed the Traffic and Transportation Division in Marketing, Business Development and the Strategic Planning process. Development of client relations and deployment of effective, clear and concise communications as it related to local government approval processes and permit approvals.

October 97 to
May 07District Traffic Operations Manager Georgia Department of Transportation: Manage the Operations and Signal Units of the District 7 (7/2000 to 5/2007) and District 3 (10/1997 to 7/2000) Traffic Section including planning, annual budgeting and logistic alignments. These units are primarily responsible for conducting District wide traffic engineering analyses for 31 counties in middle Georgia, signal timing/phasing studies, computerized roadway analysis, computerized monitoring and control of signal operation and timing, safety enhancement reviews, citizen complaint investigations, and speed zone/radar ordinance coordination. Reviews and approves traffic control plans for various offices and locals governments and advises District Construction, Maintenance, and other Traffic Operations personnel on proper technique and placement. Coordinates with local officials and law enforcement agencies on all safety and efficiency related problems and complaints. Serves as assistant to the District Traffic Engineer. Respond to and represent the department in emergency situations. Provide guidance and advice to the District Access management section.

July 94
October 97District Traffic Operations Engineer Georgia Department of Transportation: Conducted moderately complex traffic operational studies to evaluate existing roadway facilities and intersections for safety and efficiency. Designed traffic signal installation plans, roadway signing & marking plans and advised on general traffic control design. Developed complete quick response projects. Investigated complaints of traffic problems on and off-system providing recommendations for problem resolution. Communicated with the general public, local governments & state representatives to provide relative information. Coordinated on-system striping work. Reviewed and designed plans for proper traffic control during and after construction. Supervised technical support team of two.

July 90
July 94Concept Design Engineer Georgia Department of Transportation: Received requests and traffic engineering reports from D.O.T. District Offices, General Office, elected officials, City and County Governments, recommending safety and/or operational improvements of hazardous/congested roadway segments and street intersections. Developed and prepared project concept reports, which included, cost estimates and preliminary design to implement needed improvements and submit to Department management for approval. Maintained project database for effective coordination with other state and local programmed projects. Provided input during project design by District Offices or consultant design as needed.

July 85
July 90Transportation Engineer Georgia Department of Transportation: Managed the interstate logo sign program. This involved reviewing and explaining the operational requirements of the program to various businesses statewide requesting participation into the program. Conducted plan reviews on statewide-proposed DOT projects related to traffic operations and provided comments to DOT and Consultant Designers. Developed speed zone ordinances for local county and city governments. Provided assistance in freeway operations, a continual and thorough review of statewide interstate operations and problem resolution.

Bachelor of Science June 91
Civil Engineering
Savannah, Georgia

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