Mr. Martin has extensive pavement engineering experience, specializing in the design, management, performance, investigation, and evaluation of pavements. His application of design principles and research has optimized pavement designs for state highway design build projects, municipal pavement design, aviation, and port pavement designs. As an industry expert in the analysis and problem solving of pavement performance, he enjoys applying his experience to help clients with forensic investigations and litigation support.
Prior to joining CTLGroup, he was responsible for project management, business development, and resourcing of the pavement engineering practice for a national geotechnical engineering consulting firm in Austin, Texas. There, he managed a significant portfolio of pavement projects involving design, evaluation, and implementation of asset and pavement management systems for federal, state, and local government agencies. He has also managed large international projects including the Abu Dhabi Road Asset Management Information System while acting as the Division Manager in the Middle East region.
M.S. in Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University, 1995
B.S. in Civil Engineering, Texas A&M University, 1993
- American Concrete Institute
- Committee 325: Concrete Pavement Committee, Member
- American Public Works Association
- American Society of Civil Engineers
- Airfield Pavement Committee Member
- National Society of Professional Engineers
- Society of American Military Engineers
- Transportation Research Board
- Former Committee Member on Pavement Management
- Outstanding Young Engineer of the Year Award – Texas Society of Professional Engineers, 2002
- Best Programs – Texas Society of Professional Engineers, 2002
- Sul Ross Scholarship, 1988
- Wright Galaway Asphalt Scholarship, 1993
- Chi Epsilon Honor Society
Martin, T. 2011. “The State-of-the-Technology of Moving Pavement Deflection Testing.” Technical Report, FHWA Contract No. DTFH61- 08-D-00025. January.
Martin, T. 2001. “Pavement Design Guidelines for Streets and Roadways – Vol. I Data Collection and Analyses; and Vol. II Pavement Design Procedures.” Williamson County Road Bond Program. June.
Martin, T., Dunnam, Z. 1999. “Observations of Florida Highway Edge Drain Systems.” Conference for the American Society of Civil Engineers. October.
Martin, T. 2018. “Case Studies in Concrete Pavement Forensics.” Advances in Materials and Pavement Performance Prediction Conference, Doha, Qatar. April 17.
Martin, T. 2017. “Case Studies of Roadway Deterioration.” North Central Texas Public Works Association Educational Seminar, Ft. Worth, Texas. November 9.
Martin, T. 2017. “A Primer on Concrete Pavement Forensics and Deterioration.” 11th University Transportation Center (UTC) Spotlight Conference. September 27.