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Office of Infrastructure

Engineering Support Units

Pavement Design Solutions

The objective of the Pavement Design Solutions Unit is to select and design pavements (flexible or rigid) that best accommodate current and predicted traffic needs in a safe, durable and cost effective manner.

Jeffrey Mann, Civil Engineer Office: 505-795-4927 jeffreys.Mann@state.nm.us
Room 224 1120 Cerrillos Rd. Santa Fe, NM 87504-1149

Bridge Design Section

The Bridge Design Section provides structural design services that result in cost effective, functional, durable and safe bridges and structures for transportation projects.  The Section generates bridge/structural scoping reports, designs bridge and structural drawings, and develops and furnishes bridge and structural standards and specifications.

Kathy Crowell, P.E., Bridge Design Section Manager, State Bridge Design Engineer Phone: 505-470-5663 kathy.crowell@state.nm.us

Traffic Technical Support Bureau

The Bureau is responsible for providing traffic engineering leadership and expertise to provide for a safe and efficient transportation system. The Bureau manages the State Access Management Manual which details the administrative procedures and engineering methods used by the NMDOT to actively manage access to and from the state highway system. The Bureau assures compliance with design regulations and policies by managing related standard drawings and specifications related to all traffic and transportation elements.

Afshin Jian, P.E., Manager Office: 505 795-5993 afshin.jian@state.nm.us

1120 Cerrillos Rd Santa Fe, NM 87505

Drainage Design Bureau

The vision of the Drainage Bureau is to provide the design of safe, efficient, economical, and environmentally sensitive drainage systems that collect and convey surface water runoff within and through the transportation system.

NMDOT is a permitee in the EPA’s Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) program. The Drainage Bureau is responsible for offering technical assistance for permit compliance in U.S. Census Bureau determined Urbanized Areas throughout the state. This program is designed to reduce pollutants (including trash, sediments, and contaminants) carried by stormwater runoff to our natural waterways. As part of this program an Illicit Discharge Information and Reporting Form (available through the link on the right) was developed. Also as part of this program NMDOT incorporates Green Infrastructure (GI) and Low Impact Development (LID) into its designs when feasible.

Burke Lokey, Drainage Design Manager Office: 505.660.5614 Burke.Lokey@state.nm.us

1120 Cerrillos Rd Santa Fe, NM 87505-7500