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BSI is headquartered at the University of Florida. The faculty, staff, and students on our team are uniquely positioned to draw from a combination of academic, government, and industry resources. In turn, our goals include enhancement, maintenance, and dissemination of bridge software to address the increasing demands placed on infrastructure systems. We are dedicated to solving the next generation of large-scale bridge engineering problems through the development of geo-structural software.

Meet the BSI Team

Gary R. Consolazio, Ph.D.
Professor, University of Florida

Dr. Consolazio has been actively involved in research relating to the design of bridge structures for more than 25 years, and has more than 30 years of experience in software development. His research encompasses advanced numerical analysis of bridges, characterization of loads for use in structural design, development of analytical procedures and software for use in structural design, experimental testing, and development of design recommendations for improving structural safety.

Clint Monari is the lead UI developer for all BSI software. He manages UI personnel and is in charge of maintenance and enhancement of all UI source code, including FB-MultiPier, FB-Deep, and Atlas. A graduate of the University of Florida, he has accumulated more than ten years of experience in developing BSI software.

Henry Bollmann has had direct experience with the development and use of FB-MultiPier since its inception in the early 1990s. His more than thirty years of professional experience make him well suited for the position of Senior Engineer at BSI. His duties include prioritizing development of FB-MultiPier features, training engineers in the area of bridge modeling, and providing technical support.

Anand Patil obtained his Master of Science degree in structural engineering at the University of Florida in 2011. At BSI, he carries out engine development and validation modeling for all BSI software. He possesses five years of experience in finite element modeling of bridge foundations and cable-signal systems. He also provides users of FB-MultiPier with hands-on engineering and technical support.

Wilmer Carrion has had over four years of development experience with BSI software. Having obtained both a Master's in Structural Engineering and a Minor in Computer Science from the University of Florida, he is responsible for developing and maintaining internal engine verification software and implementing modern DevOps practices. Wilmer also contributes to engine development, UI validation, and provides technical support for end-users.

Cary Peterson provides lead support for licensing and distribution of BSI software. Additionally, he serves as the point of contact for license holders, and provides first-line technical support for all engineers making use of BSI software. Cary has acquired more than ten years of experience at BSI.