Dave Rodgers (PE, LEED AP) is a regional and national civil engineering expert with specialized experience in construction administration and sustainability. Dave has developed engineering solutions for every possible type of public infrastructure project—from housing and streets to stormwater and utilities. With his combined background in civil and environmental engineering, he has been dedicated to working with communities to find ways to improve the built environment in which people move, function, and live—and in doing so, also improve quality of life. An avid cyclist, Dave has contributed his construction administration and collaborative problem-solving skills to a variety of multimodal projects, including streets, sidewalks, bike lanes, and transit access. He has a thorough understanding of AASHTO (American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials) standards, geometric design, and the safety and use issues that influence successful multimodal implementation. Dave shares his expertise on green infrastructure and sustainable design with other professionals by writing and presenting at conferences around the country. He also actively participates in many local and national professional organizations, including the Commute Seattle Board and the United States Green Building Council. By staying engaged and connected, Dave brings new perspectives to his work in creating built environments for the benefit of multiple stakeholders.