Gregg W. Frazier, P.E. has a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering and over 33 years of experience in the design, maintenance, and construction of roadways/highways, intersections, pedestrian facilities, bike paths, curb ramps, crosswalks, and parking lots.
Prior to joining Consulting Engineers & Scientists, Inc., Mr. Frazier was employed by the State of Alaska Department of Transportation and other major roadway/highway design and construction engineering firms where he was responsible for highway expansion and pedestrian facility projects. His accumulative responsibilities also included horizontal and vertical roadway alignments for stopping sight distances, paving, grading, construction management, work zone traffic control, storm water drainage, and roadside safety (guiderail/clear zone).
At Consulting Engineers & Scientists, Inc. his responsibilities include roadway, highway, and interstate accident investigation, which include roadway construction/maintenance, work zones, railroad crossings and intersection accidents; construction disputes; traffic and pedestrian safety; signals; pavement markings; and signage. Mr. Frazier’s other responsibilities include parking lot design; utility identification and relocation; storm water drainage; soil erosion; and the maintenance/winter maintenance and operation of streets, roadways, highways, sidewalks, parking lots, and intersections including traffic signals. Additionally, he evaluates slip, trip, and fall accidents; bicycle path and walkway safety; and ADA compliance.