Tampa, FL (June 2016) – Faller, Davis & Associates, Inc. (FDA) is pleased to announce that Patty Livak, PE, recently joined the firm as Senior Traffic Engineer. Patty brings with her 19 years of experience in the traffic engineering industry. She has vast experience working throughout Florida for various FDOT Districts, local counties and municipalities. Her experience includes the design and development of plans for signing and pavement marking,traffic signal, ITS, traffic control, and intersection improvement projects. Her project experience ranges from straightforward resurfacing to complex interstate widening. Patty has worked on notable projects such as Veterans Expressway Express Lane Implementation from Memorial Highway to Gunn Highway, Tampa Bay SunGuide Phase III Freeway Management System Projects, I-275 Bridge Widening, and Suncoast Parkway All Electronic Toll Conversion.
“We are extremely excited to have Patty as part of the FDA Team. Her traffic design expertise is a perfect complement to our current staff. She embodies all of the FDA values and has proven herself to be an asset to our team,” said Nancy Faller Brown, PE, President of FDA. Patty is a licensed Professional Engineer in Florida and holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree from Drexel University.
FDA is a consulting civil engineering firm providing transportation design and operations, planning, and environmental services primarily to public sector clients throughout Florida. We employ over 45 highly skilled professionals including engineers, scientists, inspectors, and technicians, with experience spanning more than 30 years. FDA offers a full range of design, environmental, and operations services that includes designing complex highways, conducting wildlife surveys, and retiming congested urban corridors. With offices strategically located in Tampa and Maitland, we are positioned to serve many FDOT Districts and all of the municipalities throughout the region. We are a certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) with the FDOT, as well as many other agencies and municipalities across the state of Florida.
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