C+S January 2020 Vol. 6 Issue 1 (web)

Cheryl Bornheimer-Kelley Design Engineer McClure Lenexa, Kansas Bornheimer-Kelley is constantly pursuing and improving her knowledge of transportation engineering, specifically her passion for traffic and safety engineering. Now as lead PTOE for the Kansas City area offices of McClure, she heads the authoring of traf- fic studies, alignment and safety studies, interchange justification reports (I.J.R.) as well as designing transportation projects. Currently she is managing the design study of improvements to Kansas & Spruce Avenues in Olathe, Kansas. These improvements are spurred from her traffic study for the new Johnson County Courthouse. Accomplishments: • Safety expert for the Ford County Safety analysis for the Kansas Department of Transportation. • Project manager on the bridge replacement on Highway K-9 in Norton County, Kansas. • The Highway 76 project in Branson, Missouri, where Bornheimer-Kelley worked on the safety features involved with sidewalks, American with Disabilities ACT (ADA) ramps and other appurtenances intended to allow non-vehicular stakeholders to coexist with very con- gested vehicular traffic. Public/Professional Service: Heavily involved with the Engineer’s Club of Kansas City, a philanthropic society that provides scholarships to engineering students in the region. The group typically awards over $95,000 in scholarships annually. She is on the Board of Direc- tors as Secretary, and is scheduled to be President in 2021. Education: MS, Civil Engineering, University of Kansas | BS, Civil Engineering, University of Kansas LNV’s first ever CIO, Salinas is responsible for leading and carrying out a critical component of the organization’s Innovations Program by providing decisions and recommendations ca- pable of impacting extensive professional and related activities for the company. He is also LNV’s Stormwater/Flood Control Technical Specialist, and developed career track planning worksheets for the firm. Accomplishments: • Edwards Aquifer Authority Director, District 3. The Authority is a political subdivision and regional water management agency that regulates the use of the Edwards Aquifer, one of the most prolific artesian aquifers in the world that serves over 2 million South Texans. • Project lead for the Multi-modal Transportation plan for Laredo, a project featured in Texas Architect Magazine. • Project manager and design lead for design of a dam and reservoir that will restore an irriga- tion network that provides water for approximately 33,000 acres of farmland in the Medina River Valley. Public/Professional Service: Appointed to the San Antonio Airport Technical Advisory Committee to represent the interests of the Edwards Aquifer. Education: BS, Civil Engineering, Rice University Abelardo A. Salinas (Abe) Associate Vice President; Chief Innovation Officer LNV, Inc. San Antonio, Texas


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