Mathew Fletcher, P.E., S.E.
Mathew Fletcher joined Hanson in 1999 as a structural engineer and serves the railway market as a project manager and technical design lead, as well as leader of Hanson's bridge group. He has worked with clients ranging from Class I railroads and major railway companies to industries and government agencies.
Mathew has worked on more than 200 railroad-related bridge projects, providing planning, design, bidding and construction support. He was the lead bridge designer for the ARRC Tanana River bridge, part of the 3-mile section of the ARRC’s northern rail extension. This dual-use bridge — a crossing 3,300 feet long with 165-foot spans and 19 concrete piers —supports freight and passenger rail, as well as military vehicles.
Professional Engineer: Illinois; Washington; Alberta, Canada; Alaska; Saskatchewan, Canada; Wisconsin; Oklahoma; North Dakota; Iowa; Nevada; Virginia; West Virginia; Ohio; Idaho; Texas; Colorado; Arizona; British Columbia, Canada; Nebraska; South Carolina; New Mexico; Mississippi; Montana; New York; Kentucky; Oregon; Pennsylvania; Indiana
Structural Engineer: Illinois, Alaska
National Council of Examiners Engineering & Surveying
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Bachelor’s degree, civil engineering
Bradley University: Master’s degree, civil engineering