February 15, 2024 1:00 pm
Mike Johnson, P.E., State Bridge Engineer , Idaho Transportation Department (ITD); Alan Buehrig, P.E., Bridge Asset Management Engineer, ITD; Patty Fish, Bridge Asset Management Project Manager, ITD; Rob Schultz, Director of Operations, Mayvue Solutions; and Q&A Panel Member: Zac Boyle, P.E., BrM Asset Management Expert, Mayvue Solutions
See how the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) is tackling the challenges associated with implementation of the new Specification for the National Bridge Inventory (SNBI) Coding Guideline requirements that necessitates significant changes to Bridge Management Systems. In this webinar, we will discuss implementation planning and lessons learned as ITD engages new tools and software upgrades to streamline data collection and conversion to the new format. We will be joined by Mayvue Solutions to provide insight on the AASHTOWare Bridge Management (BrM) 7.0 version update and to demonstrate Mayvue’s SNBI Collector application designed to support SNBI data collection.
Patty Fish has been with the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) for over 30 years serving as a key member of the Bridge Asset Management team. She oversees all of the inspection agreements for the state’s 4,350 bridges, performing the quality control for all state inspection data and the quality assurance of all consultant inspection data. She has been instrumental in pioneering the development of the state’s bridge database program and a long standing national voice in AASHTO committees. She’s served on Technical Review Committees, several Technical Advisory Groups (TAGS) and served as the Bridge Management User Group (BrMug) president for 4 years.
Rob Schultz is the Director of Operations at Mayvue Solutions, where he has been advancing mobile technology for state transportation agencies. With a background in operations and product development, Rob has dedicated his career to designing and implementing scalable solutions and integrating cutting-edge technology with practical transportation solutions. Rob’s latest project is the mobile SNBI Collector, a tool designed to optimize SNBI data collection.