As leader in our Transportation practice, Leo Fernandez is involved in a wide range of transportation infrastructure projects, including both new and existing structures. He has more than 20 years of structural engineering and project management experience in the design, analysis, rehabilitation and inspection of roadway, transit, railway and pedestrian bridges and various structures. During his career, Leo has built up a solid portfolio of transportation work for both public and private sector clients, primarily in the New York metro region. His credits include providing engineering services for the AirTrain at both Newark Liberty and John F. Kennedy international airports, rehabilitation work at the Verrazzano-Narrows and Williamsburg bridges, repair work at the Henry Hudson and Tappan Zee bridges and more recently, the award-winning rehabilitation of the High Bridge in Bronx, New York. Leo has experience with alternative project delivery methods, particularly design-build projects.
B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Virginia
Leo has worked on long-span bridges that connect all five boroughs of New York City including the oldest, the High Bridge.