David Noyce Elected to Four-Year Position on T&DI Board of Governors
David A. Noyce, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE, has been elected to the T&DI Board of Governors for a 4-year position. Dr. Noyce will begin his 4-year term on October 1, 2019. In his first year on the Board of Governors, Dr. Noyce will serve as the Treasurer. His term as T&DI's President will begin on October 1, 2021.
David Noyce is the Arthur F. Hawnn Professor of Transportation Engineering and Chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Wisconsin - Madison (UW-Madison). He also holds a joint appointment in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at UW-Madison. Dr. Noyce received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Civil and Environmental Engineering from UW-Madison in 1984 and 1995, respectively, and received his Ph.D. degree in Civil (Transportation) Engineering from Texas A&M University in 1999. Dr. Noyce is a registered Professional Engineer (License Number: 25726-6) in the state of Wisconsin.
Dr. Noyce has over 34 years of experience in transportation engineering including appointments in state government, private consulting, and academia. He began his career with the Illinois Department of Transportation where he immediately accepted leadership positions in the design and construction management of several significant civil engineering projects, including a steel bridge over the Mackinaw River and an urban section of Interstate Highway 39 through Bloomington, Illinois. After the successful completion of these projects, Dr. Noyce moved to the private sector accepting leadership positions in several consulting engineering firms. As managing director of Civil and Transportation Engineering services for a prominent Wisconsin-based firm, Dr. Noyce led a team of professional engineers, land surveyors, and technical staff in completing over 100 design projects including some of the most challenging projects in Wisconsin. Most notably, Dr. Noyce led the design and construction plan development for a network-critical environmentally sensitive segment of USH 51 in Madison, Wisconsin, including the geometric design and traffic signal operations at the highest traffic volume at-grade intersection in the city. He also was responsible for the civil engineering and transportation system design for the 450-acre American Center development in Madison, Wisconsin, now corporate headquarters for American Family Insurance and more than 100 other businesses.