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Nick Cirilli


Penn State Univ., 1973, B.S. Civil Engineering
Widener Univ., 1979, M.S. Structural Engineering

In addition to his structural engineering background, Nick brings 40 years of diversified experience in directing, managing, and engineering, various structural/site development, institutional, residential, and industrial-type projects.

As the Director of Engineering for his previous employer (Henkels & McCoy, 1985-90), had profit center responsibilities for a full-service, multi-disciplined, 120-person organization, including architectural, mech., elec., civil/struc., corrosion, communications, with branch offices in Auburn, Ma. and Richmond, Va.

Actively practices design engineering including; (1) structural; reinforced concrete, wood and steel and, (2) site development engineering; roadway and parking areas, storm water management, site grading, erosion & control, sanitary and storm sewer design and ordinance compliance.

Is a recognized “expert” in matters pertaining to civil & structural engineering, land development, and engineering management issues.

Has conducted numerous studies and reports for realtors, individual homeowners and attorneys on the structural integrity of residential and other units that have been damaged or weakened by various means

Was the recipient of the Delaware County Chapter (Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers) 1991 Engineer or the Year award. Also, was the recipient of Nether Providence Township’s Official Recognition Resolution (1991) for contributions to the Township in the areas of storm water management and erosion control.

Served as the alternate Township Engineer for Nether Providence Township for over 17 years (1978 - 1995). Served on the Nether Providence Environmental Advisory Board for over 14 years (1978 -92). Currently is serving as Aston Twp’s alternate engineer on various projects (since Jan. 2000)

Published in the Chester County Assoc., of Realtors, and Press Newspapers of Delaware County, (April,’99), article entitled “Termite Repairs - Beware of the Sister” Published in the Journal of Management in Engineering (ASCE, May/June ‘97 issue) article entitled “Bagging our Baggage”.

Author and Facilitator of “How to Communicate Engineering Ideas (8) PDH’s for PE’s Continuing Education Program

NOTE: This course is approved for New York State licensed professional engineers. This educational activity has been evaluated & accredited by the Practicing Institute of Engineering, Inc. The Practicing Institute of Engineering, Inc., 6 Airline Dr., Ste 114, Albany, NY 12205