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Drew has extensive experience in the planning, management, and engineering design of various land development and public improvement projects.  He has successfully served as Project Manager on numerous projects at all levels of design and construction phases from conceptual planning to final design and approval process and then through construction. In addition to managing projects, Drew is responsible for coordinating and managing the technical services provided by the site engineering staff of FPA.

Drew has served as the engineer for the Matawan Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment, performing the review of planning and zoning applications for compliance with the local development ordinance regulations.

During his career, Drew has worked on various site plans, site feasibility investigations, educational, residential subdivisions, capital improvement, and roadway projects. As a Professional Engineer, he has provided expert testimony before numerous planning boards and zoning boards of adjustment. He has performed and managed horizontal and vertical roadway alignments, storm and sanitary sewer designs, detention basin hydrologic analysis, site grading, earthwork analysis, preparation of technical specifications and contract documents.

Drew’s experience includes the preparation of various engineering, environmental, and construction permits including New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Freshwater Wetlands, Flood Hazard Area, Waterfront Development, Dam Safety, the Adopted Coastal Permit Program Rules and Coastal Zone Management Rules, Treatment Works Approval and water main extensions, New Jersey Department of Transportation highway occupancy permits, access driveway permits, and utility/road opening permits, and municipal and county planning board approvals.

As Project Manager Drew’s responsibilities have included development of project work plans, monitoring budgets and schedules. His duties have also included project coordination with clients and key stakeholders and decisions makers as well as oversight and scheduling of internal technical staff and subconsultants in the advancement of the project tasks.

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