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Chris Eldridge

Meet Chris, a highly qualified and seasoned engineer with over two decades of experience in various engineering roles. With a career spanning 20+ years, Chris has been a driving force in numerous engineering activities, including site safety, submittals, subcontract administration, work plans, non-conformance and deficiency management, project support, and field communications.

Throughout his impressive career, Chris has amassed a wealth of experience on a diverse range of projects. His work has left a lasting impact on various high-profile initiatives, and he's known for his exceptional contributions to projects.

Chris's extensive background also includes notable accomplishments in railway and rail safety projects. He served as a Project Engineer for the Montana Rail Link Positive Train Control Project, which covered more than 600 miles of the main line, encompassing GIS mapping, signal and switch upgrades, and the implementation of Positive Train Control (PTC) technology.

Additionally, Chris played a pivotal role in the NCTD Positive Train Control (PTC) Implementation Project, where he was responsible for the design, installation, testing, and commissioning of a rail safety system integrating GPS, on-board computers, and digital communications on the San Diego Subdivision. This project involved cutting-edge PTC technology and had a contract value of $38 million.

Chris's contributions also extended to the DART CMGC-3 Project, a significant 13.5-mile extension to the DART Northwest Corridor. His involvement included overseeing elevated guide way structures, various rail tracks, and station platforms, with a contract value of approximately $477 million.

In addition to his impressive railway projects, Chris successfully led the TRAX Extension Project, a complex utility relocation endeavor through the streets of Salt Lake City for the extension of an existing light rail system. The project's value was approximately $40 million.

With a track record of excellence, Chris brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to every project he undertakes. His dedication to engineering and rail safety has made him a respected figure in the field.



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