Thomas S. Suchevich, II, PE, CBSI has joined the Pittsburgh Transportation Group as a Project Engineer. Tom has 10 years of structural design experience of bridges and walls in addition to NBIS Inspections. Tom’s experience ranges from bridge or culvert designs to retaining walls. He ran an NBI inspection contract for 62 structures for Fayette County in addition to designing temporary repairs to keep the structures open to traffic. Tom has design/build experience spending time in El Paso, TX for the design of the Spur 601 Multi-Span Elevated Highway. He has inspected and designed repairs ranging from single span bridges to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, 13 miles of bridges and walls spanning SR 0279 in Pittsburgh, to climbing 15-foot water towers.
Tom obtained a minor in Mathematics while attending The Pennsylvania State University at the Erie, The Behrend College where he played three years of Club Lacrosse. He transferred to Main Campus with a change of major into Civil Engineering, where he completed his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering with a focus in structures and continued to obtain his Masters of Engineering with a focus in structures while being a member of both the Steel Bridge and Concrete Canoe teams.
Tom was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA. He lives in Verona with his wife, Lauren; two-and-a-half-year –old son, Sam; and their Papillon dog, Zoe. He is the Referee Coordinator for Plum Area Soccer and an avid soccer referee for more than 25 years, enjoys remodeling his family’s new house, and is a huge Pirates baseball fan.