Committee members are volunteers from associations & firms in the Capital District.
Want to become a member? Contact Jen Miller.
Commissioner of Public Works for the Town of Glenville. Former Civil Engineer at New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in the Design and Construction Division. Former Department Chair of Engineering, Architecture, Construction and Mathematics at Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC). Former Professor of Civil Engineering at HVCC. Former Adjunct Instructor at RPI. Owner of CTD Engineering, P.C. (residential engineering services). Member of ASCE since 1998. Faculty Advisor of HVCC ASCE Student Chapters from 2005 to 2020. Member of Engineers Week Planning Committee since 2007.
While a Managing Environmental Engineer at C.T. Male Associates Engineering, Surveying, Architecture, Landscape Architecture & Geology, D.P.C. since 1997, Jeff has also been involved with the E-Committee since 2007. Jeff has had many roles including committee member, chair (2009-2012), co-chair, seminar moderator and continuing education program evaluator. Jeff’s career passion relates to working on environmental and civil engineering related projects but understands the huge value in providing continuing educational opportunities to his peers for all types of engineering and mentoring the younger community on what engineering is all about.
ASCE, PIE (continuing education seminar reviewer)
Deputy Chief Engineer at New York State Department of Transportation since 2005. As program chair for the Engineers Week Planning Committee, Stephanie prepares the event’s schedule and organizes all of the seminars by the various engineering disciplines.
Jen started with The New York State Society of Professional Engineers (NYSSPE) in 1995. In 1997 she took over as Event Coordinator for The Capital District’s Engineers Week event under NYSSPE sister association The Foundation for Engineering Education (FEE).
Jeff is Principal Structural Engineer with Spring Line Design Architecture + Engineering in East Greenbush, NY. He has served on the E-Week committee and assisted with the High School Model Bridge Competition since 2011.
Principal – Alternative Engineering, PLLC. Consulting and Forensic Investigation/Expert Witness services focused on HVAC, healthcare, and educational property failures
CJ is the Owner and Principal Engineer at Conflux Engineering PLLC in Troy, NY, which specializes in mechanical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering for clients across the Capital District and beyond. A 2008 graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, CJ also serves on the board of the Capital District Chapter of the New York State Society of Professional Engineers
John is the Principal at Golde Engineering, P.C., an electrical engineering consulting firm located in Greenwich, NY. He is the PDH Coordinator for the Schenectady Section of IEEE and Past President of the Tri-County Chapter of NYSSPE, where he has been Co-Chairman of the MATHCOUNTS Program since the 1990’s.
Retired structural engineer has been a member of the New York State Society of Professional Engineers and a member of the Society of American Military Engineers for over 35 years. He is a graduate from Hudson Valley College and the State University of New York at Buffalo. He and his wife Rita reside in Saratoga Springs, NY.
Gary is a Licensed Professional Engineer at the New York State Thruway Authority in the Albany Division Maintenance Engineering Office. He is a graduate of Hudson Valley Community College and SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica Rome. His background ranges from heavy highway Construction and Maintenance, Structural and Highway design, and residential design. He is also an adjunct professor at HVCC in the Civil Engineering Technology program. The passion for engineering developed at a young age on his family’s farm playing in the dirt and keeping everything in working order. Innovative ideas, gut instinct, and process adjustments to streamline and do more with less…while following sound engineering practices is always at the forefront of his decision making.
Andrea is a Licensed Professional Engineer at the New York State Department of Transportation in the Office of Structures. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Clarkson University and a Master of Science degree in Bridge Engineering from the University at Buffalo.
B.M.E. University of Minnesota, MBA, Quantitative Analysis Union College. Graduate of GE Manufacturing Management Program and Green Belt Certified. Experience in manufacturing engineering, product engineering, manufacturing management, application engineering as well as sales and product management. Application experience in low voltage harmonic mitigation, power factor analysis and remediation as well as high voltage surge and lightning protection.
Bio Coming soon
David retired in 2016 from the US Army Benet Laboratories, located at the Watervliet Arsenal. He was the program manager for several major weapons systems during his time at Benet. He started an independent engineer practice in 2007 focusing on residential and small commercial projects in the Capital District area.
Don is a Clarkson Graduate who retired from the NYSDOT after 35 years of service. His expertise is in the areas of materials, construction, and research with a focus on concrete. Don is active locally with the Eastern NY Chapter of the American Concrete Institute. Nationally he has over 25 years of service with the Transportation Research Board currently serving as the Section Chair for Materials.
ACI – Eastern NY Chapter Transportation Research Board AASHTO NYSATE
Phill is a Structural Engineer with Spring Line Design Architecture + Engineering in East Greenbush, NY. He is a graduate of Hudson Valley Community College and Rochester Institute of Technology and was Chair of the SEI Mohawk-Hudson Chapter in 2020. Since 2014 his experience includes structural analysis, assessment, repair, retrofit, addition, and design of new buildings and building related structures in the Commercial, Education, Manufacturing, Municipal, and Water/Wastewater markets.