Speaking out as an industry expert through a variety of professional forums, conferences and panel discussions is a viable means of sharing valuable knowledge that increases speaker and firm credibility, facilitates networking and forges new relationships.
One of our many speakers slated for this month is Daniel W. Busch, PE, PP, CME, Principal and Department Manager of our Civil/Site services, who is a featured panelist for the 9th Annual Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum hosted by CG§LA Infrastructure in Washington DC on March 9th. He will be joining a panel discussion moderated by Dave Margolis, Partner, Bernard Nickels & Associates in a forum entitled Building your Project – Engaging the Public.
Dan, who was recently honored as the Civil Engineer of the Year by the ASCE Central Jersey Branch, has been Maser Consulting’s lead project engineer for the redevelopment of the largest brownfield remediation project in New Jersey’s history -The Pointe in Sayreville. Long time New Jerseyans are familiar with the former National Lead site and the beckoning Dutch Boy paint sign that has given way to a luxury retail and residential community along the banks of the Raritan River. Read all about The Pointe project, in an article entitled A Project Reclaims an Abandoned Stretch of New Jersey Coast, in today’s New York Times.