Steven P. Uccellini
Project Manager/Project Engineer

Fields of Competence

Civil and Structural Engineering including construction management, assessment of existing structures, plan review and design; Soil borings and investigations; drainage and roadway design, storm water and sediment control and regulatory compliance; Sub Surface Sanitary Disposal Systems Design; Controlled Inspections Chemical and Petroleum Storage Tank Secondary Containment Design. Preparation of Grant Applications; Municipal All Hazard Mitigation Planning; Flood Plain Management and Emergency Planning Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments; and Preparation of Municipal funding grant and regulatory applications.

Experience Summary

Over 10 years of experience in Structural and Civil engineering, including field assessments, design and construction observation. Prepared grant applications for funding for municipalities and villages. Prepared, managed, and oversaw, Municipal All Hazard Mitigation, Flood Plain, and Emergency Management, Plans. Provided site investigation, analysis of data collected, and written reports for Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments. Worked as a team member for the design and construction of potable water supply and distribution systems. Designed Waste Water Treatment Systems for commercial facilities. Designed secondary containment systems for bulk storage tanks. Designed Sanitary Systems for private residences.

Credentials

B.S. Construction Management Engineering Technology, State University of New York at Farmingdale, 2009. A.A.S., ConstructionTechnology, Suffolk County Community College, 2000 40-Hour HAZWOPER Training ACI Certified NYSDEC Sediment & Erosion Control Certified

Professional Affiliations

American Institute of Steel Construction, Inc. (AISC) Long Island Water Conference

Key Projects

Project manager for numerous building assessment and inspection projects, including NYC certified construction inspections. Projects focused on structural and code compliance and evaluation of component failures, with formulation of cost effective options for repair. Project engineer for evaluation of residential buildings for energy code, structural and building envelope for scope of improvements eligible for funding through Community Development Agency grant accounts. Project manager for the Incorporated Village of Patchogue, Road Raising and Infrastructure Improvements project. The primary goal was to solve flooding problems through design of proper drainage facilities. Along with drainage a new road layout was incorporated to improve the overall access and aesthetics of the neighborhood and create a design with longevity against the adjacent tidal effects. Regulatory permit coordination was also provided to keep the project within the Dept. of Environmental Conservations requirements. Additional work within the village included structural evaluation and emergency repair for a parking garage.