About the Program
Meet the Team
Domenic A. LaRosa, P.E.
District Engineer / Program Director
Assistant District Engineer for the Connecticut Department of Transportation's (ConnDOT) District 3A Construction Office in New Haven.
Domenic holds a Bachelors degree in Engineering from Central Connecticut University. He was hired by the Department immediately after graduating in 1990 and has been faithfully employed here at District 3 and 3A for over 26 years. Starting his career in the Department as a Field Engineer and working his way to Assistant District Engineer, he brings with him a vast amount of field experience and technical knowledge.
Domenic started on the I-95 New Haven Harbor Crossing Corridor Improvement Program in 2002 as a Project Engineer assisting with the Design coordination in preparation for Contract E, the reconstruction of the I-95/I-91/Route 34 Interchange. He also assisted with the administration for Contract C1 (SPN 43-122) which consisted of 1.6 miles of I-95 in East Haven. Additional projects within the I-95 Corridor Domenic has successfully supervised include Contract C2 (SPN 92-533/569) in New Haven which involved the reconstruction of approximately one mile of I-95 east of Stiles Street to the New Haven/East Haven town line; Contract E1, the installation of preload material throughout the I-95/I-91/Route 34 Interchange (SPN 92-581); Contract D1, milling/paving and roadway safety improvements on I-95, Branford (SPN 43-125); the WSA, construction of the Waste Stockpile Storage Area, New Haven (SPN 92-620). He was also the Supervising Engineer for Contract E2, (SPN 92-619), which consisted of building the "Flyover" bridge over the I-95 / I-91 / Route 34 Interchange.
Vladislav Kaminsky, P.E.
Transportation Supervising Engineer
Vladislav Kaminsky is a Transportation Supervising Engineer for the I-95 NHHC Corridor Improvement Program located at CTDOT's District 3A Construction Office in New Haven, CT. He has over 20 years of civil engineering experience and began working on the corridor design of the I-95/I-91/Route 34 Interchange in 2007. Under his supervision, construction successfully began in 2011 and is scheduled to be completed in November 2016. He has contributed to many projects within the corridor and is currently supervising the reconstruction of the I-95/I-91/Route 34 Interchange, as well as other ongoing projects currently within the NHHC Corridor Improvement Program.
John Antonucci, P.E.
Transportation Supervising Engineer
John Antonucci, P.E. is a Supervising Engineer for the I-95 NHHC Corridor Improvement Program at CTDOT’s District 3-A Office in New Haven, CT. He is currently supervising the reconstruction of the I-95/I-91/Rt.34 Interchange. Prior to beginning his career with CTDOT in 1996 as an inspector, he graduated from The University of Connecticut in 1995 with a degree in Hydrogeology and Geophysics. In 2009, he became a licensed Professional Engineer for the State of Connecticut.
Mohammad Masoud is a Project Engineer for the CTDOT’s I-95 NHHC Corridor Improvement Program located at CTDOT’s District 3A Construction Office in New Haven. Prior to joining the NHHC Corridor Improvement Program in 2007, he worked in the CTDOT’s Bureau of Engineering and Construction since 1989. During his 24 years of service, he has worked on a wide variety of construction projects, ranging from roadway reconstruction to bridge rehabilitation and reconstruction. Masoud received a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 1988.
Mathew Briggs is a Project Engineer for the I-95 NHHC Corridor Improvement Program located at CTDOT’s District 3A Construction Office in New Haven, CT. He is currently serving as the Project Engineer overseeing the Consultant Engineering and Inspection team on Contract B, which is responsible for the construction of the new Pearl Harbor Memorial (“Q”) Bridge Program.
Mr. Briggs has 25 years of experience in bridge and highway inspection in the State of Connecticut including the Advanced Pre-load project for the I-95 NHHC Corridor Improvement Program, and the relocation of twin 42-inch sanitary sewer mains under the New Haven Harbor using horizontal directional drilling techniques.
Jeffrey M. Knapp
Jeffery M. Knapp is a Project Engineer, offering 28 years of experience with the Connecticut Department of Transportation. Mr. Knapp is presently overseeing the I-95 / I-91 / Route 34 Interchange Reconstruction Project and other projects for the I-95 New Haven Harbor Crossing Corridor Improvement Program from CTDOT's District 3A Office in New Haven.
Mr. Knapp's experience in highways and Construction for the State of Connecticut included overseeing multiple Federal, State and Municipal projects consisting of bridge replacements (over waterways, highways and Metro-North Railroad), miles of drainage systems, complete city computerization of Traffic Systems, as well as several miles of roadway reconstruction.
Ghazi Alsaqri is a Project Engineer for the I-95 NHHC Corridor Improvement Program located at CTDOT’s District 3A Construction Office, in New Haven, CT. His career with the CTDOT began in 1989 as an intern, and he has since contributed to many major highway projects for the Department. He holds a Masters degree from Central Connecticut State University and received his bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology. He currently oversees work on the construction of the new Pearl Harbor Memorial (Q) Bridge and is also a Project Engineer on the West River Project.