University of Louisiana at Lafayette, 2005
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering

Professional Experience

Mr. Peltier joined Huval & Associates in 2013 with 7.5 years experience in civil engineering.  Previously employed with LADOTD, he was involved with the design, live load rating, plan development, and construction support of more than 20 bridge replacement projects.  These consisted of various superstructure and substructure types including but not limited to: AASHTO precast prestressed concrete (P.P.C.) girders, quadbeams, cast-in-place slab spans, precast slab spans, steel girders, concrete box culverts, P.P.C pile bents, steel H-pile and pipe pile bents, timber pile bents and column bents supported by drilled shafts and/or P.P.C. pile footings.

Mr. Peltier assisted in developing and maintaining LADOTD’s highway safety hardware details and specifications, including but not limited to guard rail, barrier rail, and crash cushion attenuators.  He served as the Engineer of Record for the LADOTD concrete barrier rail and the detour bridge special details which are used by “In-House” and Consultant engineers on various types of LADOTD projects. He also assisted in the inspection of bridges following natural disasters and collisions.  Additionally, Mr. Peltier was Project Manager for multiple bridge replacement projects, responsible for coordinating all aspects of the plan development process including but not limited to road, bridge, hydraulic and geotechnical engineering and determining the project scope, schedule and budget.

Areas of Expertise

Mr. Peltier’s engineering and design qualifications include, but are not limited to: