Arup Fellow, Americas East Highways Leader
Matt Carter is an Arup Fellow and Americas East Highways Leader based in our New York office. Having joined Arup in 1997, he has extensive experience in the conceptual and detailed design of long span and complex bridge structures in North America and around the world. His notable projects include major cable stayed bridges such as the Samuel de Champlain Bridge in Montreal, Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement in California, the Queensferry Crossing in Scotland, Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong, and the New Harbor Bridge in Corpus Christi, Texas. With 25 years of experience, Matt’s knowledge also includes the design of major precast post-tensioned concrete viaduct projects both on land and over sea.
Through leading multiple major bridge projects, Matt has a deep understanding of the seismic and aerodynamic design of bridges as well as durability design and ship collision risk. He has been involved in numerous design-build projects and public-private partnerships with both owners and contractors as clients, gaining unique insights by working from different perspectives.