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Wed, Mar 09


South Carolina Ports Authority

SCMA Quarterly Meeting, March 9, Charleston, SC

This Quarterly Meeting will be in Charleston, SC. A virtual option will be available. This meeting is sponsored by American Mitigation Company.

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SCMA Quarterly Meeting, March 9, Charleston, SC
SCMA Quarterly Meeting, March 9, Charleston, SC

Time & Location

Mar 09, 2022, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

South Carolina Ports Authority, 200 Ports Authority Dr, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464


About the event

Join us to learn more about IIJA: Discretionary Funding Opportunities for South Carolina from Matt Gehman. 

Matt Gehman is a Principal and Senior Vice President with TranSystems Corporation, a mid-sized transportation infrastructure engineering firm with three offices in South Carolina. Matt is a freight transportation planning professional that works out of TranSystems North Charleston office which provides roadway, bridge, civil and railroad design, and construction inspection engineering. Matt has been with TranSystems for over 20 years. He attended Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Urban Planning and Regional Development.

Matt’s professional career has focused on program management, technical analyses, and planning for both commercial marine and inland waterway port terminals. His professional experience includes domestic and international projects involving marine container terminal evaluations, terminal operation analyses and master planning of container terminals, general cargo facilities, inland waterway ports and intermodal rail facilities.

Over the past 10 years Matt has been involved or managed freight infrastructure Federal grant applications including assisting the SCPA with their Express Corridor BUILD Grant. The BUILD grant application was cosponsored by SCDOT, Norfolk Southern Railway and BMW, and a portion of that grant award is funding the construction of the expansion of Inland Port Greer. Matt is currently managing Federal grant application opportunities for APM Terminals capital improvement projects in Alabama and Louisiana. AMPT is the third largest container terminal operator in the world and subsidiary of AP Moller – Maersk.

Matt is a member of the Propeller Club of Charleston and the SC Maritime Association and serves as Chairperson of the Board for American Council of Engineering Companies - South Carolina.

Sponsored by the American Mitigation Company

Quarterly Meetings are a benefit of membership in the South Carolina Mitigation Association.  Non-members may attend for a fee of $100 per meeting.  This will be applied towards membership if you join the Association in the same year. Please read more about membership on our website or contact us at (803) 252-1087.

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