of Public Works from 1910 to 1916.
As a consultant in private practice, he drew up plans for the
City of Nanking, China and for the port and city of Whampoa near Canton
and also port facility plans for Bogota, Colombia.
Goodrich was also a professor of engineering economics at NYU in the
1930s and was also chief engineer for the New York Department of
Sanitation in the 30s.
He was also a planning consultant for such cities as Cincinnati,
Norfolk, Newark, Springfield, Massachusetts, and New Haven, Connecticut.
He was also a director of ASCE and received its Collingwood prize
He was President of the American Institute of Consulting
Engineers in 1951.