Greg Matthews

Greg is a civil engineer with over 40 years’ experience working globally with clients and stakeholders on environmental, civil works, water resources and transportation infrastructure projects. He most recently served as Executive VP and Chief Engineer of Berger Group Holdings, a global engineering and infrastructure consulting firm with over 6000 staff, where he was responsible for project quality and performance across the corporation’s closely held and affiliate companies worldwide. He had also previously served as the Director of Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.’s Federal Client Program, responsible for client service and delivery of engineering and scientific services to a host of United States government clients. His executive experience includes serving on Boards of Directors for Berger Group Holdings and for several of its affiliate companies.

Greg’s project experience includes leadership of numerous challenging and high-profile environmental projects and dates back to project management roles for Love Canal remediation at Black and Bergholtz Creek for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and management of the Marathon Battery Superfund Project in Cold Spring, New York. His New York Harbor and Hudson River experience includes management of design and operation of a subaqueous confined disposal facility for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and navigation and dredging studies for the New York District Army Corps of Engineers.

Greg is a registered professional engineer in New York and New Jersey and an American Academy of Environmental Engineers board-certified environmental engineer. He has a BS in environmental engineering from Tufts University and a Masters in geotechnical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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