Cash Canfield, PE
Executive Vice President/Partner
Cash is an executive vice president and partner of American Structurepoint, responsible for executive leadership of the Transportation Group. With more than 25 years of experience in the design and management of 100-plus transportation improvement projects, he is well respected for his technical and problem-solving abilities and innovative design solutions, as well as his level head and professional demeanor. He is also responsible for ensuring quality control processes are implemented on all transportation projects to assure our clients a high level of confidence in the quality of the plans and design documents our firm prepares.
Cash’s broad knowledge and background in engineering, management, budgeting, and finance, as well as his extensive experience with design development of projects through the federal-aid process, have given him a great deal of empathy and insight into the needs of local public agencies. He is an excellent resource for cities and counties who are trying to obtain state and federal funding for their transportation projects.
Cash has provided the leadership needed to deliver many large, complex, multidiscipline projects on fast-track schedules, such as the $55 million pavement replacement and widening of 3 miles of I-80/94 in northwest Indiana, the most heavily traveled truck route in the country (plans completed in only five months). Cash also has considerable P3 design-build experience leading schematic design services for DOTs and detailed design services for contractors. Notable accomplishments include schematic design of the $175 million “Super 70” project in Indianapolis for INDOT, detailed final design of the $100 million Indiana approach of the Ohio River Bridges East End Crossing P3 project for Walsh Construction, and the $800 million Segment 3 of the Transform I-66 P3 project in Virginia for Ferrovial Agroman.
Cash also ensures a value engineering and constructability review process is applied to all projects for construction cost containment that has led to savings as much as 25 percent on the $400 million US 31 Kokomo bypass project in Indiana.
Cash will provide the executive commitment that you and your project need to ensure success and make your vision a reality. He not only knows how to guide you toward making the best decisions for your project, but is able to help you reach successful solutions to any problems that may present themselves in the process.
American Council of Engineering Companies, Indiana Chapter - Board of Directors
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Department of Civil Engineering - Board of Advisors
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, Theta-Kappa Zeta - Alumni Advisory Board
American Society of Civil Engineers - Member
Institute of Transportation Engineers - Member