Brian Taber awarded Master Level I
ITHACA — The Cornell Local Roads Program’s Road Masters are individuals who strive to build strong foundations in technical and management skills in local highway communities across New York State. Level I Road Masters have successfully completed a series of six workshops, demonstrating a base of fundamental knowledge in local highway quality and management.
The Road Master Recognition Program was established in 1998 to recognize the achievements of local highway personnel who continuously strive for improvement.
“The Road Master Program illustrates a strong commitment to self-improvement by dedicated highway and publics works employees across New York State,” David Orr, PE, Director said.
The Cornell Local Roads Program provides training, technical assistance and information to municipal officials and employees responsible for the maintenance, construction and management of local highways and bridges in New York State.
Details about the Road Master Program can be found on the Cornell Local Roads Program website: https://www.clrp.cornell.edu/workshops/roadmaster.htm.