Gheorghe Rosca Jr., PE/MBA – HDR Engineering, Inc. Project Manager | Rail Section Manager, Riverside
His presentation will be “Railroad Engineering for Highway Engineers, Highway Engineering for Railroad Engineers: Cross-Training the Future Design Community”
Gheorghe Rosca Jr., PE/MBA is the Rail Section Manager in HDR’s Riverside, CA office. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Cal Poly Pomona and a Master’s in Business Administration with emphasis in Project Management from Keller Graduate School of Management. Mr. Rosca brings more than five years of experience in management and design of railroad and transit-related infrastructure projects working for HDR Engineering, Inc. HDR is an employee-owned architecture, engineering and consulting firm that provides a total spectrum of services. Our professionals represent hundreds of disciplines and partner on blended teams worldwide to provide solutions beyond the scope of traditional A/E/C firms. HDR was founded in 1917, employing more than 7800 in more than 185 locations worldwide.
Mr. Rosca’s experience includes multidiscipline capacity improvement projects as it relates to track, roadway, architectural, civil, drainage and structures design. Mr. Rosca has been responsible to complete major projects for SANDAG and NCTD, ranging from preparation of feasibility studies and alternatives analysis reports, to PS&E packages. Mr. Rosca leads a team of HDR industry experts and subconsultants to deliver multiple complex bridge replacement and capacity improvement projects along NCTD’s LOSSAN corridor from alternative analysis through final design. These projects include the San Mateo Creek Bridge Replacement, Sorrento Valley Bridge Replacement and Double Track and the San Elijo Lagoon Bridge Replacement and Double Track.
On a more personal note, Mr. Rosca has been married for 5 years, has one boy and another boy on the way. He is passionate about music, his family, church, and railway engineering. For 3 years he led the Young Professionals Group within HDR assisting them in personal and professional development. He is a member of the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association (AREMA) Committee 11 and 17; dealing with Commuter, Intercity, and High Speed Rail as well as the Secretary for the Railway Association of Southern California.