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Roger Healy

Assistant Commissioner of Statewide Engineering

Alaska Department of Transportation

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publicworkscareers.com

DIRECTOR APPOINTED IN JUNEAU -- The City and Borough of Juneau announced Tuesday afternoon that Roger Healy has been appointed to the Engineering & Public Works Director position.
Healy will begin as director in early May. Healy has worked in the engineering field. He currently serves as an Assistant Commissioner of Statewide Engineering with the State of Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, a position he has held since 2008. Previously, Healy was employed by the CBJ in the Engineering Department. Healy was Engineering Director from 2003-2008, Chief CIP/Project Engineer from 1996-2003 and a Project Engineer from 1992-1996. He has a Bachelor's of Arts in Geology, a Bachelor's of Science in Civil Engineering and is a licensed Professional Engineer.


juneauempire.com

The City and Borough of Juneau announced Tuesday afternoon that Roger Healy has been appointed to the Engineering & Public Works Director position.
Healy will begin as director in early May. Healy has worked in the engineering field. He currently serves as an Assistant Commissioner of Statewide Engineering with the State of Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, a position he has held since 2008. Previously, Healy was employed by the CBJ in the Engineering Department. Healy was Engineering Director from 2003-2008, Chief CIP/Project Engineer from 1996-2003 and a Project Engineer from 1992-1996. He has a Bachelor's of Arts in Geology, a Bachelor's of Science in Civil Engineering and is a licensed Professional Engineer.


highways.transportation.org [cached]

Roger Healy P.E.
Chief Engineer Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities P.O. Box 112500


www.gravina-access.com [cached]

Roger Healy, an Alaska Department of Transportation project manager, wrote that news in an April 10 letter to Ketchikan Gateway Borough Interim Manager Gary Paxton. However, Healy and Mark Dalton, a consultant working for the department, urged members of all local governmental bodies not to demand restoration of the discarded option.Healy said that action could cause bureaucratic delays because state and federal governmental agencies that have permitting and regulatory authority over bridge projects would need to review the project and its estimated costs.But Healy and Dalton appeared before the Ketchikan Economic Development Authority board of directors Thursday and announced their plan to thoroughly evaluate the F-1 alternative."In light of the comments we've received," Healy wrote in his letter, "the (department) has consented to initiate the process to gain agency concurrence to analyze alternative F-1 as one of the reasonable alternatives in the draft environmental impact statement."Healy wrote that the department plans to conduct real time simulations of cruise ship traffic in Tongass Narrows to assess the potential affects of each of the several remaining alternative bridge crossings.In addition to the two Pennock crossings, the department is also considering three options in the neighborhood of the Ketchikan International Airport.Healy told the KEDA board that the simulations will begin April 29 and that the results will be reported to interested parties in Ketchikan.The department is beginning the process of writing a draft environmental impact statement.


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