ILF Consultants (ILF), Bellevue, Washington, announced that Jim Brady has joined ILF USA. Brady brings a variety of underground experience particularly in the areas of constructability, estimating and quantitative risk management to the team. He will be based in Atlanta and will work be working closely with Conrad Felice, President of ILF USA, on the Delaware Aqueduct risk analysis project.
Brady, a graduate of the Colorado School of Mines, started his career over 27 years ago. He has worked on numerous projects in many capacities including tunnel engineer, project engineer, designer, and owner’s representative. Brady’s underground expertise has also been used on a wide variety of microtunneling and other trenchless technology projects throughout the United States. Most recently he just completed an assignment for the DC Clean Rivers Project serving on the owner’s risk management team for the Anacostia River CSO Program located in Washington, D.C.
ILF USA, based out of both Seattle, Washington, and Fairfax, Virginia, specializes in providing deep foundation and underground engineering and consulting expertise throughout the United States. ILF’s team can provide unique engineering solutions for complex heavy civil projects utilizing cutting-edge technology in multiple disciplines. ILF, incorporated in the United States in 1986, is a part of ILF Consulting Engineers and ranks among the world’s leading engineering firms with over 2,000 employees worldwide.