Theodore P. Zoli serves as the technical director of HNTB’s bridge practice nationwide. During his 30+ years with HNTB, he has led the design of many innovative first-of-their-kind bridges throughout the United States. He has brought new ideas to design across a wide range of structure types including long-span cable-stayed and network tied arch bridges, as well as movable, rail, and pedestrian bridges. He received a B.S. (1988) from Princeton University and an M.S. (1989) from the California Institute of Technology. Licensed in 19 states, he also currently serves as an adjunct professor at Columbia University. In September 2009, Zoli was made a MacArthur Fellow by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. In 2012, Zoli was selected as ENR’s Award of Excellence winner, considered the construction industry’s most prestigious honor.