Indiana LTAP announces Rich Domonkos as Program Manager
Indiana LTAP is pleased to introduce Rich Domonkos as the new Program Manager.
Rich Domonkos has been with the Indiana LTAP Center for 11 years. As Training Specialist, he managed the training program and assisted with technology transfer in the form of technical manuals, short courses, and seminars. He frequently delivers asset management training and safety workshops, along with overseeing the Road Scholar Program. Prior to LTAP, he spent 20 years with the Lake County Highway Department in many different roles including Supervisor. Rich also served proudly in the U.S. Navy Seabees as Construction Mechanic.
As the Indiana LTAP Program Manager, Rich will be responsible for day-to-day operations and will oversee development and promotion of technology transfer programs to provide training and implementation of best practices for operation of local roads and streets in Indiana. He assumes his new position on October 1, 2018.
For more information, please contact Rich Domonkos at 765-496-6584 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Indiana LTAP at 765-494-2164.
Indiana LTAP, housed within Purdue University’s School of Civil Engineering in West Lafayette, Indiana, provides technical assistance to the highway, road, and street departments throughout Indiana. LTAP offers training programs conducted at Purdue University as well as throughout the state, safety assistance through the HELPERS program, as well as research and regular publications. LTAP’s goal is to help those responsible for the local transportation network perform their responsibilities correctly and efficiently. For more information about the team, please visit www.purdue.edu/inltap.