Richard Khorigan is a civil engineer with over 30 years of experience specializing in highway and bridge construction projects. He applies his expertise to forensic casework involving the construction of bridges and roadways, as well as safety issues relevant to the construction and maintenance of infrastructure projects.
Richard has been directly involved in the engineering, estimating, and project management of complex highway and bridge construction projects within densely populated urban areas. He has worked for some of the largest regional construction firms on projects for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the New York City Department of Transportation, and the New York State Department of Transportation. Richard’s expertise includes construction management and engineering, construction safety issues, work zone traffic control, claims analysis, project scheduling, utility work, earthwork and cost analysis. In addition to his extensive design and field engineering experience, Richard also taught courses in construction estimating and project management at Farmingdale State College.
Richard is a registered Professional Engineer in New York, Maine, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. He earned a Bachelor of Civil Engineering Degree from the Pratt Institute as well as a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physics from Saint John’s University. Richard later earned a Master of Business Administration Degree from Saint John’s.