John W. Blackledge, P.E.
John Blackledge joined Bridgefarmer & Associates as a civil engineer in 1977. He became a Senior Vice-President with the firm in 1983. He was an integral part of Bridgefarmer’s efforts to provide the quality transportation facilities planning and design services that are the cornerstone of Bridgefarmer’s reputation. After graduating from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Mr. Blackledge worked for six years at the Arizona Department of Transportation. He served as president of Bridgefarmer Panama, S.A., a wholly-owned subsidiary providing design services for the Panama Canal Railway reconstruction project and the Panama Canal Commission in Panama.
Sterling C. Forsythe, P.E.
Sterling Forsythe graduated from Vanderbilt University, School of Engineering in 1980 with a Bachelor of Engineering Degree, Civil/Structural, and spent his professional career as an active member of the Texas engineering community. Mr. Forsythe served as design engineer, project manager, deputy project manager and principal-in-charge on projects for cities, counties, TxDOT, DART, NTTA and DFW International Airport. He managed, planned and designed numerous public works and transportation projects from streets and highways to major urban freeways such as two sections on SH 190/President George Bush Turnpike, two sections on the Dallas North Tollway, and the SH 114 interchange at Loop 12.
Mr. Forsythe was very active in the professional community and organizations serving Texas, including:
Consulting Engineers Council - North Texas, Officer, Board Member & President, 1996-1999
City of Dallas - Architecture/Engineering/Construction Business Task Force Co-Chair, 1999
- North Central Texas Council of Government - Regional Standards Development Committee