Mr. Campisi has over 50 years of experience in the management, design, inspection and rehabilitation of highways, railroads, and various types of bridges and buildings. His experience is most extensive in the eastern United States, but it also extends to other regions throughout the United States and overseas.
Mr. Campisi has written several papers on bridge design and construction throughout his career and is considered a national expert on the subject. Mr. Campisi also has been called upon to provide expert witness and forensic engineering analysis in connection with structural failure investigations, construction claims and construction related accidents resulting in fatalities.
In addition to his experience as a consulting engineer, Mr. Campisi was an adjunct faculty member at Bergen Community College teaching courses on construction estimating and project management. He also served as a Municipal Engineer, County Engineer and Director of Public Works in New Jersey. Prior to forming his own firm in 2012 Mr. Campisi was a Partner and the Chief Engineer of the Transportation Structures Division of CHA formerly Clough Harbour and Associates a 1500 person consulting firm. with offices throughout the country and abroad.
Some of Mr. Campisi’s more significant projects include the design of the 1984 widening of the Driscoll Bridge from ten to twelve lanes including design of the North and South approach roadways and toll facilities;
Design of the seventh reversible lane on the Tappan Zee Bridge;
Design of the replacement Troy - Green Island Lift Bridge over the Hudson River;
Design of the widening and replacement of the High Level Gowanus Canal Crossing on I-287 approaching the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel and the Brooklyn Queens Expressway ;
Corridor Manager for a major study assessing the feasibility of a new crossing to replace the Tappan Zee Bridge over the Hudson River in New York State. The Tappan Zee project included the design of five miles of highway approaches, 14 bridges and 70 miles of rail corridor on new and partially existing rail corridors leading to the new crossing.
Mr. Campisi also performed a study and preliminary design for the replacement or rehabilitation of the northeast corridor movable railroad bridge over the Mianus River in Cos Cob Connecticut.
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Mr. Campisi is licensed to provide professional engineering services in the following states:
B.S. in Building Science, Pratt Institute, NY, 1970