Thomas Lyden, P.E., PMP
Civil Engineer & Highway Engineering Expert
Thomas Lyden is a civil engineer who has spent his 35 year professional career covering the entire lifecycle of highway infrastructure from the perspectives of both a consulting engineer as well as a Department of Transportation engineer. Thomas has performed duties such as conducting traffic studies to evaluate the need for and safety of new and existing roadway systems, conceptually designing roadways and intersections, administering new construction and maintenance projects, and also overseeing maintenance operations for winter weather, vegetation growth, and infrastructure conditions. At Robson Forensic, Thomas applies his expertise to forensic investigations involving the design, construction, and maintenance of roadways and transportation infrastructure.
During his 31 year career at the Ohio Department of Transportation, Thomas held various positions involving traffic engineering, maintenance operations, transportation planning, and project management. Early in his tenure there, his duties included analyzing pavement, bridge, traffic, and safety data to identify needed improvements. Thomas would later go on to establish the training programs for winter roadway management. He also developed maintenance standards and oversaw routine maintenance activities involving pavement condition, guardrails, signs, pavement markings, and pavement drop-offs.
Thomas is licensed as a Professional Engineer in more than a dozen states. He earned his undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, and his MBA from Ohio State.
- Civil Engineering
- Construction Safety
- Professional Engineering
- Traffic/Highway Safety
- Transportation Construction
- Transportation Engineering
Available Upon Request