Vice President / Principal

David B. Woodham, P.E.

David B. Woodham, P.E.

BSCE, University of Colorado, 1985
MSCE, University of Colorado, 1993

Principal, Atkinson-Noland & Associates, Inc., Boulder, Colorado

Professional Registrations:
Registered Professional Engineer, State of Colorado, No. 27218
Registered Professional Engineer, State of New York, No. 082589
Registered Professional Engineer, State Virginia, No. 38055
Registered Professional Engineer, State of Wyoming, No. 11235
Registered Professional Engineer, New Mexico, No. 20439

Mr. Woodham is Vice President at Atkinson-Noland & Associates in Boulder, Colorado, a consulting engineering firm specializing in evaluation and repair of existing structures. He has worked on numerous research projects in the field of nondestructive testing of civil structures. Past work includes projects with the University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Colorado at Denver, Colorado State University, Colorado Department of Transportation, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and the Federal Highway Administration.

Mr. Woodham received a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder in Architectural Engineering and Master of Science Degree from the University of Colorado at Denver in Civil Engineering. He has published or co-authored numerous papers relating to instrumentation of experimental structures, structural behavior of bridge components, corrosion detection in structures, nondestructive evaluation of structures, and evaluation methods for existing buildings.

He has served on the organizational committee of the Third Conference on Nondestructive Evaluation of Civil Structures and Materials held in September of 1996, in Boulder, Colorado and is a coeditor of the proceedings for this conference.

He is a recipient of a Graduate Research Fellowship presented by the Federal Highway Administration in 1991 for conducting research in nondestructive methods to determine residual stress in bridge steel. Mr. Woodham and his co-authors were presented the Arthur M. Wellington Prize in 1997 by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) for the best structural engineering paper in the transportation field. Previous industry experience includes employment with the Research Department at the Colorado Department of Transportation, and as a graduate research assistant in civil engineering at the University of Colorado at Denver.