DANVERS, MA – Hancock Associates introduced that Matthew Connors, PE has joined the agency as Regional Engineering Supervisor.
Joe Pezzanola, PE, is helping the agency’s engineering director in managing Matt Hancock’s japanese engineering operations. He’s situated in Hancock’s Newburyport workplace at 1 Harris Avenue.
Matt has practically 30 years of expertise in website/civil engineering, mission administration and development administration, with a particular emphasis on improvement with excessive environmental constraints. His expertise is broad-based and contains the design, specification, administration and allowing of tasks in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Arizona, together with residential, business, institutional, municipal, subdivision, Utility and . wetland tasks. Matt’s technical experience contains hydraulics, hydrology, pump stations, water distribution modeling and storm/sewer assortment modeling; native, state and federal permits; and moist utility design and manufacture.
Matt was the previous mission supervisor at Hancock. Previous to returning to Hancock as regional engineering supervisor, Matt labored at Engineering & Land Planning Associates, Inc. in New Jersey. I used to be a colleague. He holds a Masters in Enterprise Administration from Boston College and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the College of Massachusetts Lowell.
Matt is a licensed skilled civil engineer in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Arizona and a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Boston Society of Civil Engineers, and the US Inexperienced Constructing Council. He hails from Groveland, Massachusetts.
“I get pleasure from working with clients and staff to create one thing that might be higher for higher communities and for generations to come back,” Matt stated. “I got here again to Hancock to proceed doing nice work with extraordinary folks.”
“I’m very happy to have Matt return to Hancock and be a part of our administration staff,” stated Hancock Chairman Wayne Jalbert. “He brings an distinctive mix of engineering, know-how and administration abilities to Hancock and can strengthen our group sooner or later.”