Ross is responsible for design, analysis, and review of products and projects, with extensive experience in code compliance reviews and structural design calculations for BDI projects across the globe, including North America, South America, Europe, the Gulf, Middle East, India, Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. In addition to computer modeling and design, he has participated in numerous field studies and analyses of finished JBD and GRE installations for both commercial and defense aircraft. Ross is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Institute of Steel Construction, and he is a registered Professional Engineer in ten U.S. states (and counting). Ross has been involved in nearly all BDI projects since joining the team as an Engineering Intern in 2008.
“The Southern California Logistics Airport full-power JBD project was impactful for me because it was the first project that I was involved in every step of the way—from early planning, to design, to field installation, and all the way to field testing with the GE Flying Test Bed (at the time with one of the first GEnx engines). I am happily reminded of my involvement with the project when I see this JBD from time to time in online news and in TV commercials.”
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