2 nd Annual Engineers Day Conference
November 13, 2019
Presented by ASCE-NH & Shea Concrete Products
Michael Carter joined Doucet Survey LLC as their Director of 3D Mapping in November 2015. Prior to
joining Doucet Survey, Michael had done conventional land surveying and 3D laser scanning since
2005. While Michael continues to be involved with traditional boundary, topographic, and
construction layout surveys, his primary focus for the last 8 has been on 3D laser scanning surveys.
He has performed a wide variety of work in this area, including scans of highways, bridges, tunnels,
rail corridors, airports, complete interiors & exteriors of large buildings, neighborhood streetscapes,
LNG and other fuel processing facilities, rock faces, mine shafts, electrical utility structures, boats, and a host of
other geometrically complex structures.
John B. Storer, P.E. joined the City of Dover, NH in August 2017 as their Director of Community
Services. He previously held a similar position in the City of Rochester and before that served as the
Superintendent of the Auburn (Maine) Water & Sewerage Districts. He obtained registration as a
Professional Engineer in both Maine and New Hampshire. He has over 25 years of experience in
the design and operation of municipal water and sewer systems. He began his professional career
as a Design Engineer for a large, New England based environmental engineering firm. He is a past
board member of the New England Water Works Association and in his relatively short time in New Hampshire he
has participated on the NPDES Study Commission and Seacoast Drinking Water Commission; he also serves on the
Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership Management Committee; and is active in his local Dover Rotary Club.
Overview of the NHDOT Research Program (Deirdre Nash (Assistant
Research Engineer (NHDOT))
Deirdre T. Nash, PE, is the Assistant Research Engineer at the New Hampshire Department of
Transportation. With a background in structural and geotechnical engineering, she joined the
Department in 2009 in the Pavement Management Section of the Bureau of Materials and Research
and transitioned to her current position in 2018. She is a member of the AASHTO Research Advisory
Council and currently serves on a National Cooperative Highway Research Program panel for research
project NCHRP 22-46, “Supporting Data-Driven Decision Making through an Expansion of the Human
Factors Guidelines for Road Systems”. She also served on the technical advisory committee for the New England
Transportation Consortium research project NETC 06-4, “Preventive Maintenance and Timing of Applications”. Her
current responsibilities include managing several NHDOT research projects. She is a University of Maine alumna
and is a licensed Professional Engineer in Maine and New Hampshire.