Dan is an Associate at BETA with over 30 years of experience in project management and highway design. Dan has managed and overseen the design of major highway, complete street, and trail projects for MassDOT and various municipalities. His management of these projects has been instrumental to their success and advancement to construction. Dan is experienced in Public Participation Process and presenting at Design Public Hearings and Public Informational Meetings to the public.
Dan has extensive experience in stormwater management, right-of-way acquisitions, and Temporary Traffic Control Plan (TTCP) design. His experience includes coordination with various Project design subconsultants, as well as coordinating Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) services on projects to determine the precise location of underground utilities. He has attended numerous field utility coordination meetings with public and private utilities and MassDOT’s District Utility and Constructability Engineers.
Well-versed in various federal, state, and local professional engineering standards, Dan has prepared various applications for environmental permits, Architectural Access Board (AAB) Variances, and State Highway Access Permits.
Dan is a graduate of Northeastern University and is a registered professional engineer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Dan often volunteers his time for various causes, including participating in sporting fundraising events benefitting Dana-Farber including the Annual Pan-Mass Challenge Winter Cycle and the Annual Swim Across America Open Water Swim. As a hobby, Dan enjoys constructing stone masonry steps and walls.