In 42 years of professional activity, Dr. Rosignoli has worked in 24 countries on 4 continents on the design, design review, construction, and forensic engineering of complex bridges and bridge construction machines.
Dr. Rosignoli’s assignments include 15 cable-stayed bridges, 10 arch bridges, 1 multi-arch bridge, 33 launched bridges, 11 balanced cantilever bridges, 4.9km of bridges cast span-by-span with movable scaffolding systems, 24.8km of precast high-speed railway spans, and 72.8km of precast segmental bridges. He has also reviewed the design of 2 self-launching gantries, 6 movable scaffolding systems, 2 span carriers with underbridge, the construction means & methods of 23 launched bridges, and some form travelers.
His experience with complex bridges encompasses pre- and post-award design, construction at multiple levels of mechanization, failure investigation, and forensic engineering. As to the specific field of long-span cable-supported bridges, Dr. Rosignoli has served as:
Dr. Rosignoli has provided forensic bridge engineering services and expert advice in Europe and North and Central America; his clients include bridge owners, designers, constructors, law firms and insurance carriers. Among several high-visibility assignments, he has investigated the collapse of 2 bridge spans and a 165m self-launching gantry in Italy and the collapse of the FIU Pedestrian Bridge in Miami, FL.
International expert of mechanized bridge construction and the incremental launching method, Dr. Rosignoli has written 4 best-selling books of bridge engineering, published worldwide by ASCE Press and ICE Publishing, the most prestigious publishers of information for civil engineering. He has also authored 16 e-books of bridge engineering, Chapter 6.37.40 Bridge Erection Machines in the UNESCO Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems, 3 book chapters, 90 peer-reviewed publications, and thousands of posts, articles, comments, and interviews on social media.
Dr. Rosignoli is a renowned educator within the bridge community. His Bridge Engineering eManuals have been downloaded from 53 countries on 4 continents. His Bridge Club welcomed 43.000 new visits just in the last year, and BridgeTech World, his LinkedIn forum, enjoys the participation of 15.000 members from every corner of the world. Over 27.000 bridge professionals follow Dr. Rosignoli in LinkedIn, and his Newsletter reaches 18.000 subscribers worldwide. He cooperates with ACI, ASBI, ASCE, IABSE, ICE and PCI and teaches 5 courses (1 and 2 days) of modern bridge design and construction technology for the American Society of Civil Engineer’s Continuing Education Program and on-demand in the offices of bridge owners, designers and constructors.
Dr. Rosignoli lives in Tampa, FL (USA). For more detailed information on his professional background, activities and independent research, feel free to explore the hyperlinks below; for additional information, do not hesitate to contact us.