Finley Bridge Design Engineer Petrozzino-Roche Earns Florida Professional Engineer License
TALLAHASSEE, FL — Finley Engineering Group (Finley) Bridge Design Engineer Jacqueline Petrozzino-Roche, PE, earns her Professional Engineer License in the state of Florida. Petrozzino-Roche earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Florida State University and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering at the University of Central Florida.
“I always wanted to work on highly technical and challenging projects,” said Petrozzino-Roche. “I set my goals high and earned my master's degree because I knew I would need advanced skills to be successful as a bridge engineer. I wanted to work at Finley because of their reputation as a firm that works on large complex projects. We are a diverse group and I enjoy collaborating with people with different ideas and perspectives. Everyone brings something new to a project and it’s exciting to see what our team has accomplished.”
Petrozzino-Roche’s segmental bridge design experience includes working on some of the most complex bridges currently under construction including the I-49 North Segment K (I-220 to Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive), Caddo Parish, Louisiana; Road 1 Motza Bridge Design-Build, Jerusalem, Israel; Bayonne Bridge Navigational Clearance Program (Approaches), New York/New Jersey; I-90 Dresbach Bridge over the Mississippi River, Dresbach, Minnesota, and La Crosse, Wisconsin, and Road 65/85 (Nahal Acbara and Nahal Amud Bridges) Design-Build in Israel. She is a member of the American Segmental Bridge Institute (ASBI).
“Jacqui is a great example of a Finley Bridge Engineer. She is bright, well-educated, hard worker, and she has a tremendous ‘can-do’ attitude – plus she is a pleasure to work with,” said Finley President Craig Finley Jr. , PE. “Jacqui is a great team player and we are very pleased that she is part of the Finley team.”