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Brink Joins Gannett Fleming as Senior Structural Engineer

Richard Brink - Gannett Fleming
Richard G. Brink, PE
(Baltimore, Md.) Richard G. Brink, PE, has been named a senior structural engineer and project manager in Gannett Fleming’s Baltimore, Maryland, office. With 30 years of experience in bridge design and 15 years in project management, Brink adds to the firm’s talented staff by helping clients address structurally deficient infrastructure. 

Brink’s extensive structural experience includes the design of bridges, tunnels, retaining walls, culverts, and other transportation related structures. His skills are already being utilized on several projects, including a small structures replacement on MD 450, near Annapolis, which will embrace accelerated construction techniques. Additionally, Brink is providing technical assistance for multiple ramp support retaining wall locations for the I-270 Interchange Project at Watkins Mill Road. He also is contributing to the firm’s work on a replacement for the Wilkens Avenue Bridge over Gwynns Falls and the Remington Avenue Bridge over Stoney Run in Baltimore City. The existing concrete arch structure at Wilkens Avenue will be replaced with a precast concrete girder bridge, while a stone masonry arch will be replaced with a concrete arch at Remington Avenue. 

“While bridges are noticeable fixtures in the transportation landscape, all structures age, including tunnels and walls,” reflected Esther McGinnis, an executive vice president and the MidAtlantic Region Director of Gannett Fleming. “Richard’s expertise in structural rehabilitation and design strengthens Gannett Fleming’s ability to help our clients solve the challenges associated with aging infrastructure.” 

Brink is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and holds a bachelor of science in civil engineering. He is a member of the Structural Engineering Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers.

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