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jfusilloPE

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About jfusilloPE

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  • Birthday 09/05/1970

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    Municipal
  • License
    PE
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    Casio
  • Discipline
    Water Resources

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    http://www.linkedin.com/in/joefusillope
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  • Location
    White Plains, NY

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  1. The Chazen Companies (www.chazencompanies.com) has an immediate opportunity for a Civil Engineer in either our Poughkeepsie OR White Plains offices. We're growing!! Responsibilities include Technical Design and/ or project management for public and private clients, development of creative and constructible design solutions; preparation of inventory assessments, analyses and reports, development of detailed site and grading plans, erosion and sediment control plans, storm water management design; and construction detailing and specifications. Project Management responsibilities include assisting in development of professional services proposals; management of project task(s) and less experienced staff and preparation of materials for planning board meetings, public presentations and speaking engagements. Qualifications: BS in Civil Engineering 5 - 10 years of applicable experience Registration as a Professional Engineer (PE) is strongly preferred. Candidates should be proficient in technical writing, have solid verbal and written communication skills, and be able to interact effectively with clients, project teams, and colleagues. Solid AutoCAD design skills and experience with Civil 3D are a plus. Experience in project management is desired for this position. Founded over 70 years ago, The Chazen Companies is an employee-owned, multidisciplinary firm providing civil engineering. land surveying, planning, environmental and safety consulting, code services, landscape architecture, construction services, transportation, planning and traffic engineering in the private and public sectors. The over 140 Chazen employees proudly collaborate with municipalities, state agencies, developers, landowners, utility companies, and industrial, healthcare, education, and non-profit clients from project conception to completion, taking a customized approach to every project. With offices in Glens Falls, Troy, Poughkeepsie and White Plains, NY; Nashville and Chattanooga, TN; and Portland, Oregon, Chazen delivers world class performance focused on creating effective, long-term partnerships with it's clients. We are regularly recognized by our employees as a Best Places to Work and consistently win workplace excellence awards. We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits program including and ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Program), training, professional development, membership in professional associations and much more. All of our offices provide employees with a relaxed, collegial and professional working environment. The Chazen Companies is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
  2. Civil / Environmental Engineer Sidney B. Bowne & Son, LLP Sidney B. Bowne & Son, LLP (Bowne) is a partnership of licensed architects, engineers and surveyors. The name Bowne has been associated with surveying and engineering on Long Island since 1895. Currently, the firm is not only one of the oldest, but one of the largest consulting engineering firms in the area, with over 130 professional engineers and technical personnel. Civil / Environmental Engineer (Water Resources) Required Skills & Experience: Sidney B. Bowne & Son, LLP is seeking a Civil / Environmental Engineer to join our Water Resources Group in our Mineola, NY office. A bachelor's degree in civil engineering is required. Preference will be given to those who possess a strong background in water resources engineering. Requirements include demonstrated ability in physical, chemical, and biological processes; hydraulics; and principles of water and wastewater treatment plant and infrastructure design. Knowledge of structural and geotechnical design concepts, analytical laboratory techniques, and familiarity with codes and regulations related to drinking water and water pollution control are a plus. Computer aided drafting and design utilizing AutoCAD is required. Familiarity with computer applications including GIS, and water and sewer hydraulic modeling software is a plus. Candidates should be familiar with a broad range of issues related to water and wastewater systems including master planning, treatment, transmission, distribution, storage and collection. Design experience is required. Qualifications include 5 to 10 years’ experience and PE registration or the ability to obtain within 12 months. If interested, please contact me at jfusillo@bownegroup.com. Joseph M. Fusillo, P.E. Director - Water Resources
  3. Does anyone have access to the Blue Book Rental Rates/Equipment Watch? I am doing a T&M Change Order and I need to book out the contractor's equipment rates. Thanks, JFuze
  4. I'm back...

    1. knight1fox3

      knight1fox3

      Impossible. We just sent you to the FUTURE!

  5. I'm typically a WaterGems user, however I have to provide a water model in InfoWater format. I have the model built and all scenarios have been added, but I'm having issues with modeling the groundwater wells. Can someone explain what the help topic in InfoWater means because I can't seem to get the proper data set for these wells...
  6. Sidney B. Bowne & Son, LLP is seeking a Mid-Level Civil/Water Resources Engineer to join our team in our Mineola, NY office. A bachelor's degree in civil or mechanical engineering is required. Preference will be given to those who possess a strong background in water resources engineering. Minimum requirements include demonstrated ability in physical, chemical, and biological processes; hydraulics; and principles of water and wastewater treatment plant and infrastructure design. Knowledge of structural and geotechnical design concepts, analytical laboratory techniques, and familiarity with codes and regulations related to drinking water and water pollution control are a plus. Familiarity with computer applications including AutoCAD, GIS, and water and sewer hydraulic modeling software is a plus. Candidates should be familiar with a broad range of issues related to water systems including master planning, treatment, transmission and distribution. Design experience is required. Qualifications include 5 to 10 years experience and PE registration or the ability to obtain within 12 months. Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to careers@bownegroup.com.
  7. While being a fairly "new" engineering firm, I really don't want to start writing everything around the '95 format, and then find out everyone else moved into the '04/10 format... Hence the confusion...and why would they (CSI) completely reformat like that??
  8. Here it is... MF2004ETM_Oct2005.pdf
  9. The 1995 Edition only has 16 Divisions, where the 2004/2010 Edition has 48... I downloaded the PDF from CSI for the 2010 Edition and it is 209 pages long...
  10. So, I'm getting ready to make my big debut and start writing specs for my company. Before I jump into this, I wanted to get thoughts from the engineering community as to what format wveryone is using. My last firm was still using the 1995 format... Thoughts?? Thanks, jfuzePE
  11. The biggest issue that I see is the fact that most clients are going to the cheaper as opposed to possibly the better. In my former company, cream of the crop was always hired (as still holds true today), but it is hard to compete with "mom and pop" firms that take the same amount (or even more) time to perform the same at a rate of half of what a national firm could do it for. Most clients (municipalities) are trying to save a buck or two and go with a less qualified, or maybe just cheaper firm because of the bottom line. It is almost impossible for me to compete when I have to charge $200 an hour to do the same work as someone who has no overhead and charges only $100 per hour. Is this fair? Is this what is best for society on the whole? The world may never know, but have you ever negotiated an attorney's rate?
  12. You're afraid they'll frag you and bury you someplace, aren't you? Probably a good idea to be cautious about that. In the civil/environmental field that I work in, if you don't get field experience the contractors will beat you to death via change order because you don't know what they are talking about...and believe me, contractors know if you have field experience or not. I learned a long time ago from a mechanical engineer in college that you should always check with the guy who has to make the part to see if it is doable or not
  13. I got mine back in 2005 ... On the serious side, be sure you check with your State boards, some of them will only accept stamps from certain suppliers. I had to order my NC stamp from a supplier listed on the State website.
  14. I'm already thinking about what wonderful leftovers I'll be having for lunch tomorrow... P.S. - screw the calculation booklet...lunch is much more interesting
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