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PennDOT’s Digital Delivery initiative is determining a new path forward, so that by 2025, PennDOT construction projects will be bid using 3D technology and no longer be in a traditional construction plan format. The shift to 3D will touch every part of the project delivery process, from design to construction to post-construction activities such as maintenance and asset management. Attendees will learn how this initiative will reduce project costs, improve design and construction efficiency, and reduce project risks. The presenters will provide a status update for the initiative and discuss the roadmap moving forward.
Dan Giles is a graduate of California State University at Fullerton with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. He is the Roadway Section Manager in HDR’s Mechanicsburg, PA office and his nearly 30-year career has almost entirely been devoted to highway, bridge and transit projects for PennDOT and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission. Dan is HDR’s Agreement Manager for the Digital Delivery Directive 2025 project.
Allen Melley graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. He has been with the Department of Transportation for over 20 years. He started his career in District 9-0 progressing through the Design Ranks before relocating to Central office in 2016. Mr. Melley has held the position of Project Development Engineer and Local Project Delivery Unit Leader. He is now on Special assignment Leading PennDOT’s Digital Delivery Directive 2025 initiative.