B.S. Civil Engineering ‘76 University of Vermont
Licensed Professional Engineer
Professional Traffic Operations Engineer
American Society of Engineers
Institute of Transportation Engineers
Lamoureux & Dickinson Essex, VT 1991-2022
Roger Dickinson has become one of the team as TCE and Lamoureux & Dickinson join forces, and is bringing over 30 years of valuable experience with him having worked at L&D since 1991. There, Roger was responsible for coordinating teams involved in civil and transportation engineering design, analysis, and permitting of numerous projects.
His work includes performing transportation studies and impact assessments, and preparing design plans, construction details and specifications for roadway and intersection improvements, transportation paths, subdivisions, site plans and water supply systems. He is also a qualified expert witness, and has provided testimony in state and local permit hearings and appeals.
Roger also has extensive experience in providing construction engineering services including bid services, construction observation, contract management, review of shop drawings and material submittals, and processing change orders and pay requests.
Project principal responsible for preparing an intersection study examining potential intersection alignment and traffic control improvements.
Project principal responsible for examining existing conditions and identifying needed long-range improvements to a rural collector road between Richmond and Williston having high commuter traffic volumes and being a popular bicycle route.
Responsible for the design of a new traffic signal, intersection improvements, and historic gate restoration at Fort Ethan Allen’s East Gate. Roger also provided on-site construction observation and engineering services for this project.
Project principal of a transportation planning study that examined options for redevelopment of the Evelyn Street area and modifications to the one-way traffic circulation pattern on Wales Street.
Project principal overseeing and managing the scoping and engineering design of a new roundabout replacing an existing signalized intersection. The project also involved the design of a new railroad crossings and reducing the number of lanes on Route 2 between Pioneer Street and US 302 in order to provide new bike lanes and sidewalks.
Project principal overseeing & managing the engineering design of new sidewalks, roadway widening, paving, traffic signals, and street lighting to a segment of the Pearl Street (VT Route 15) corridor through the Village. This project included extensive streetscape design elements in order to enhance safe pedestrian circulation along this heavily traveled corridor.
Project principal responsible for preparing a comprehensive traffic impact assessment for a large mixed-use development consisting of 600 residential units and 130,000 sq. ft. of retail/commercial space adjacent to Taft Corners in Williston.