is the Vice-President of Spack Consulting. He is responsible for the firm's traffic engineering and transportation projects. He routinely assists agencies in working with the public, including developing programs and procedures to better communicate, inform, and act on information from residents, businesses, and commuters. He has successfully completed projects for both private and public clients, working as an impartial expert to determine the most appropriate traffic options. Bryant's traffic and transportation studies cover a wide range, from a simple intersection turn lane review to a detailed corridor evaluation to a comprehensive transportation plan for a City or County.

In addition to his consulting activities, he is a key associate of Spack Academy, which provides research and educational tools to further traffic engineering as a profession. Through this organization, he co-wrote the Traffic Engineering Correspondence Guide that provides a framework for responding to citizen requests. Beyond ASCE, he is also a member in good standing at the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE).