New York Metro Area – Water and Wastewater Solutions
Carollo Engineers has opened new offices in New York City and northern New Jersey to better serve municipal water and wastewater entities in the New York/New Jersey Metro area. Ranked by Engineering News-Record as the largest engineering firm in the United States dedicated solely to water, the firm brings its technical expertise and large-plant experience to clients in the New York Metro area.
Big time water expertise for the Big Apple®
The Northeast area of the country, and specifically, the New York/New Jersey Metro area, faces daunting water challenges. With Carollo’s singular focus on water, we bring proven solutions to help utilities address aging water infrastructure, adapt to climate change, improve resilience, and comply with new, more stringent regulatory requirements. The New York City Metro offices represent another East Coast foothold for the firm – adding to its offices in Massachusetts, Washington, D.C., Virginia, North Carolina, and Florida.
Carollo staff have extensive experience working with the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NYC DEP), Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission (PVSC), City of Newark, Westchester County, and other municipalities and agencies in the region. We have successfully completed projects at all 14 NYCDEP WRRFs and throughout the watershed, in addition to multiple projects in New Jersey.
Swagata Biswas, P.E., Associate Vice President, Project Manager
Swagata has spent the majority of her 18 years serving on project in New York City and Westchester County. She has provided project management, design and construction management experience in civil, environmental, and transportation engineering projects. She provides a local resource for construction management, with expertise in risk management, cost management, and schedule monitoring and analysis.
Sara Igielski, P.E., ENV SP, Engineer
Sara has over 4 years of experience in the NYC region, serving as a project manager and task leader on resilience in stormwater and wastewater projects. Sara is committed to the development of sustainable and innovative solutions to improve/restore existing water infrastructure and to create new sustainable infrastructure. She also serves as New York Water Environment Association’s Young Professionals (YPs) Representative on the Board of Directors and is a past chair of the New York Water Environment Association Met Chapter’s YP group.