As the Director of Construction Engineering Services, Matt’s responsibilities include project coordination and implementation, as well as performing site/civil, structural and geotechnical engineering analyses and design as well as the preparation of construction plans, reports and specifications. Matt also has extensive experience in construction cost estimating and scheduling. Matt’s experience has involved a variety of projects including buildings, bridges, dams, highways, earth-retaining structures and utilities for the NJDOT, PENNDOT, NJ Counties and other agencies. He is extremely familiar with NJDOT and AASHTO design standards and guidelines as well as the IBC Building Code. Matt has a Master’s Degree specializing in Geotechnical Engineering.
Matt served as Project Manager and Resident Engineer for the reconstruction of Monmouth County Bridge U-12 and the Allentown Dam. His responsibilities included Contract Administration as well as engineering support and construction submittal and RFI review. The project consisted of the construction of a new single span concrete bridge utilizing pre-stressed concrete beams and included augercast pile foundations, a box culvert, a reinforced concrete spillway, cofferdams and the erection of a temporary bypass. The project also included vibration monitoring of a historic Mill Building during construction. Matt also recently served as Resident Engineer during the redevelopment of the Bethlehem Steel site in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Matt provided technical oversight of demolition, deep dynamic compaction, compaction grouting, utility relocations, micro pile foundation installation as well as various retaining structures such as soldier beam and lagging walls, modular block walls and soil nail walls for the $500 Million Sands Resort Casino Bethlehem.
Matt’s experience has included a variety of projects including buildings, bridges, earth-retaining structures, landfills, dams, tanks, and pipelines. His involvement has included project coordination, geotechnical and foundation engineering analyses, the preparation of foundation reports, design, and the preparation of construction drawings and specifications. His design work has included deep foundation systems such as driven piles, drilled shafts, micro piles and auger-cast-piles as well as dams, earth-retaining structures and soil and rock anchors.
Matt has experience as a project manager for a Heavy Highway Construction Company. His responsibilities included managing all aspects of the rehabilitation of several Metro North Railroad stations along the Hudson line in New York. His work included the coordination of all construction related activities including project scheduling, purchasing materials, generating submittals and RFI’s as well as project close-out.