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Attn: Jen Reigle, ASCE
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Philadelphia, PA 19103

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Philadelphia, PA 19106

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Subsidiary Groups

Younger Member Forum (YMF)

Eammon Farley, EIT
Michael Baker International

Eammon is a civil engineer in the transportation department at Michael Baker International. Eammon recently began with Michael Baker International in June of 2017 and will be leading traffic projects for the City of Philadelphia, PennDOT, and the PA Turnpike Commission.
Prior to Michael Baker, Eammon spent 5+ years with McCormick Taylor, Inc. and 3+ years with Traffic Planning & Design. As a member of McCormick Taylor's Traffic Group, Eammon was involved in a number of projects ranging from the review of traffic impact studies and traffic signal designs to the preparation of traffic control plans (including temporary signals), signing and pavement marking plans, and traffic signal design plans. Eammon was also involved with the utilization of Synchro and HCM to create timing plans for traffic signals and coordinated traffic signal systems.
At Traffic Planning & Design, Eammon was a HOP/Signal Engineer in their Pottstown office. Eammon worked on a variety of projects that require Highway Occupancy Permits to be obtained from PennDOT. He also completed signal work ranging from new signals to the re-timing of existing traffic signal systems.
In his spare time he enjoys golf, swimming, softball, Philadelphia sporting events, and hanging out with friends and family.


Technical Group Chairs

Delaware Valley Geo-Institute (DVGI) Chair

Archie Filshill, Ph.D.
AeroAggregates

Archie is an Owner and Manager at AeroAggregates, a manufacturer of ultra-lightweight aggregates in Eddystone, PA. He has over 25 years of experience of international experience in the geotechnical and geosynthetic market, focused on design/build and value engineering.

Adjunct Professor at Temple University, Graduate Engineering School.
Chair of Delaware Valley Geo-Institute
Member of ASCE
Member Geosynthetic Institute and International Geosynthetic Society

He received his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering at Temple University and a Master and Ph.D. in Civil Engineering at Drexel University.

 

Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) Chair

Joseph Fazio, P.E.
HNTB Corporation - Sr. Project Manager: Engineering

Joe received his Bachelor of Science in Civil and Architectural Engineering from Drexel University and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Villanova University. He has over 18 years of experience providing program management, project management, engineering design, structural analysis and inspection for complex transportation projects. He has worked for both public and private sector clients on traditional design-bid-build, alternative delivery design-build projects and public-private partnerships (P3). Joe is currently serving as the project manager for PennDOT’s P3 Support Services contract where HNTB is the Technical Advisor for PennDOT’s overall P3 Program. He is also the Project Manager for the Hill to Hill Bridge project in Bethlehem, PA.

 

Construction Chair

Dennis M. Mac Bride, P.E.
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) - Manager, Project Scheduling and Claims

Dennis has more than 30 years of experience in the design and construction of transit and railroad facilities, buildings, wastewater treatment plants and airports. He received his M.S. degree in Engineering Management and B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from Drexel University. He is a member of the ASCE Construction Institute's Claims Avoidance and Resolution Committee for which he serves as the Chair of the Understanding Claims Subcommittee.

 

Engineering Management Chair 

Vacant


Environmental & Water Resources Chair

Eric Lindhult, P.E.
Upper Moreland-Hatboro Joint Sewer Authority

Eric is the General Manager for the Upper Moreland-Hatboro Joint Sewer Authority in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. He has over 35 years of experience in water and wastewater treatment, and environmental consulting. Mr. Lindhult received his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University and his Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Drexel University.

 


Transportation & Urban Development

William Thomsen, P.E.
Urban Engineers, Inc.

A career veteran of Urban, throughout Mr. Thomsen’s career he has had increasingly responsible positions now overseeing all the firm’s offices and regions nationally, additionally serving on the firm’s executive committee and corporate board. He has a BS in Civil and Environmental from Clarkson University and a MS in Engineering Management from Drexel.  He leads the oversight of Mega projects in NYC on Eastside Access, the Second Ave Subway and the LACMTA subway expansion program as well as other major national program initiatives.

 


Appointed Positions
 

Assistant Secretary
Cricket Slattery, EIT

Advantage Engineers - Junior Engineer

Cricket graduated in 2016 from Johns Hopkins University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a minor in Entrepreneurship and Management. In 2017, she earned a Masters of Science in Engineering Management also from Johns Hopkins University. Currently, she works as a Junior Structural Engineer in the Telecommunication Division of Advantage Engineers. New to Philadelphia, she has enjoyed getting to know the city through ASCE and visiting the local dog parks with her Great Dane, Wendy.

 

Assistant Treasurer
Joe Natale, P.E.

Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission - Senior Project Implementation Engineer

Joe is a Senior Project Implementation Engineer at DVRPC, and has 10 years of experience as a civil engineer in the Pennsylvania and Delaware transportation industries. Joe received his Bachelors and Masters of Civil Engineering at the University of Delaware. Prior to joining DVRPC, Joe spent five years at WSP in Philadelphia in their structures group, and fives years at the Delaware Department of Transportation in their Bridge Design section. In his spare time, Joe is a photographer, woodworking, and computer programmer. He also enjoys running, concerts, and football. Joe also serves as the Section's Webmaster, Assistant Treasurer, and is the Community Service Chair for the YMF Board, and Co-chair of the MRLC/ERYMC 2020 conferences.

 

Editor of "The News"
Robert Wright, P.E.

McMahon Associates

Bob Wright is a Project Manager with McMahon Associates at its offices in Center City. He joined McMahon in May 2017 after previous positions at two consulting firms and the City of Philadelphia Department of Streets.

Bob graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1979, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil and Urban Engineering. He is a registered professional engineer in four states. In addition to his activity in ASCE, where he served as Section President in 1993-94, he is an active member of the American Public Works Association, the Institute of Transportation Engineers, the American Society of Highway Engineers, the Women’s Transportation Seminar, the Engineers’ Club of Philadelphia, and the Delaware Valley Engineers Week Committee. He serves as the Vice Chair of the University of Pennsylvania Transportation Systems Engineering Alumni Club.

Bob was born and raised in Philadelphia. When he is not working or editing newsletters, he enjoys exploring the history of the city and its transportation network (mostly through reading), gardening, minor home improvements, walking, bowling, attempting to golf, and following the City’s major sports teams. He remains a fan of Big Five college basketball, something he has closely followed since he was a young child.