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Rick Maslyn

Supervisor - Structural Inspection

Tampa (Hidden Rvr), FL

Rick joined Ayres Associates in 2006, bringing 21 years of previous experience, including underwater inspection and metals inspections. He supervises the inspection group and provides project coordination, quality assurance/quality control, and client liaison. He also serves as a team leader, a critical role in unscheduled emergency response situations. As a member of a work team, Rick performs surface and subsurface bridge inspections and overhead sign inspections.

Rick's areas of expertise include the following:

  • Above water bridge inspection
  • Underwater bridge inspection
  • Fracture-critical/fatigue-sensitive inspection
  • Ancillary highway structure inspection
  • Movable bridge inspection
  • Dam inspection
  • FHWA NHI 130087 Inspection and Maintenance of Ancillary Highway Structures
  • FHWA NHI 130054 Engineering Concepts for Bridge Inspectors
  • Nebraska Bridge Inspection Team Leader
  • Certified Open Water Diver
  • NICET Level 4 Certified Bridge Inspector
  • FHWA NHI 135047 Stream Stability and Scour at Highway Bridges
  • Inspection Team Leader, WI
  • FHWA NHI 130091 Underwater Bridge Inspection
  • Certified Bridge Inspector, FL
  • Certified Bridge Inspector, OR
  • Boating Safety Certification - Florida
  • Confined Space Training
  • FHWA NHI 130055 Safety Inspection of In-Service Bridges
  • FHWA NHI 130053 Bridge Inspection Refresher
  • OSHA General Industry Safety and Health 30-Hour Training
  • FHWA NHI 420018 Instructor Development
  • FHWA NHI 130099A Bridge Inspection Nondestructive Evaluation Seminar
  • FHWA NHI 130078 Fracture Critical Inspection Techniques for Steel Bridges