EMH&T is pleased to welcome two experienced veteran project managers to its Charlotte office: Senior Project Manager John Vecchio, PE, and Project Manager Brian Rossi, EI.
John Vecchio relocated to Charlotte from the Atlanta, Georgia, area bringing significant civil engineering and project management experience in both public and private projects. John’s career history includes both project management and executive management positions with a range of professional engineering and development firms, most recently with international integrated architectural firm GreenbergFarrow. He also owned and managed his own firm, providing civil engineering, planning and land development services as an Owner’s Representative.
“John’s significant and diverse experience as a project manager, technical expert, and team leader is a strong asset for our team,” said General Manager Greg Hartley. “His talents are the perfect fit for the professional team at EMH&T and further positions us to serve our clients in meeting the immense need generated by record growth happening in the Charlotte area.”
John completed his education at the University of Connecticut, earning a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He also has completed graduate course work in water resources engineering at Drexel University. He is a registered professional engineer in five states and a registered professional planner in New Jersey. John is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
Brian Rossi relocated to EMH&T’s Charlotte office from the company’s Columbus, Ohio, office. His career has been built on a foundation of customer service and responsiveness for markets ranging from single and multi-family communities to commercial developments to rail and industrial facilities. As a project manager, Brian is known for detail-oriented schedule orchestration and client partnership.
“At EMH&T, we distinguish ourselves through responsiveness and strategic thinking for our clients,” said Hartley. “John and Brian embody that professional philosophy and will further strengthen our outstanding team.”
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