Andrew Thomas graduated from Montana State University and since then has been employed by Moffatt and Nichol as a waterfront planning and design engineer (EIT) in Seattle, Washington. His work typically consists of waterfront planning, design, and topside/ underwater inspection of ports, ferry terminals, marinas, and other marine facilities. His paper, “Subsurface 3D Modelling: An Application to Waterfront Project Planning and Site Evaluation” was named the PIANC USA 2008 De Paepe-Willems Award. This award is presented annually by PIANC USA for the most outstanding technical paper prepared on an aspect of waterborne transport. The aim of the award is to encourage Young Professionals to submit technical papers in the field of interest of PIANC.
Articles By Andrew Thomas
Using Subsurface 3D Modelling for Planning Waterfront Construction in Archaeologically Sensitive Areas
By showing existing historic conditions with utmost clarity, comprehensible to all stakeholders and parties, subsurface 3D modelling leads to the collaborative communication necessary for beneficial project planning.