Daniel F. Long, P.E.
Structures Team Leader
Mr. Long has been a member of the structures team for over 12 years. He started out as a Staff Professional and has worked his way to his current position of the Structures Team Leader in the Harrisburg Office. During his time as a member of the structures team he has amassed a diverse experience through the successful design of numerous structural projects including bridge structures ranging from small single span structures to complex multi-span structures, bridge rehabilitation projects, retaining walls, and reinforced concrete tanks for water and wastewater facilities. In his current position he is responsible for the design, management and oversight of all structure related projects in the Harrisburg Office.
- B.S., Civil Engineering, Case Western Reserve University
- B.S., Mathematics, Clarion University
- Professional Engineer, PA
- Bridge Safety Inspector, PennDOT
- On-Track Safety for Contractors, AMTRAK
From January 2001 to September 2002, Mr. Long was a design engineer with Fabcon East, LLC in Allentown, PA. He was responsible for the design, analysis and inspection of pre-cast, pre-stressed concrete wall panels and plank and their accompanying welded and/or bolted steel connections. Mr. Long reviewed project shop drawings for design conformance and constructability, performed field inspections to evaluate the structural integrity of steel connections and pre-cast product as well as the impact of panel/plank cracking, provided engineering expertise to the sales and estimating departments, and provided technical support to erection crews and plant quality control inspectors. He also attended project meetings with current and prospective clients and general contractors to explain the strengths and limitations of the company’s wall panel/plank product. Key projects include:
Best Buy Distribution Center, Nichols, NY – Project entailed design of a distribution center that consisted of 232,000 square feet of pre-cast wall panels.
York City Ice Arena, York, PA – Project entailed design of an ice arena that consisted of 30,000 square feet of pre-cast wall panels and 14,000 square feet of pre-cast plank.
During the summer of 2000, Mr. Long was a construction inspector with Urban Engineers, Inc., in Erie, PA. Tasks included performing inspection of highway construction for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, sampling materials for quality control, and enforcing construction codes.
During the summer of 1999, Mr. Long was a construction inspector for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Oil City, PA. He examined work that had been performed by the contractor for correctness, and calculated the amount that the contractor would be paid for various activities.