is a Senior Geotechnical Engineer and Program Manager in the Resource Center with the Federal Highway Administration in Lakewood, Colorado. He has over 25 years of professional Geotechnical Engineering experience, both in the private sector and for the past 13 years with the federal government, Federal Highway Administration.

Recently he has served as a key FHWA engineer involved in the promotion, application, and design of Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil, Integrated Bridge System (GRS-IBS), an "Every Day Counts" initiative promoted by the FHWA. Mr. Alzamora was a technical consultant in the publication of the Federal Highway Administration definitive document titled "Geosynthetic Design and Construction Guidelines: Reference Manual". This publication is also the key reference workbook for the National Highway Institute training course on use and design with geosynthetics. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Georgia.

He received his Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering (BSCE) from the University of Connecticut. He received a Master's Degree in Civil/Geotechnical Engineering (MSCE) from the University of Colorado. Mr. Alzamora has also served on numerous technical committees and working groups, including the Transportation Research Board Geosynthetics Committee.