Steven has over 34 years of experience in civil design, transportation systems, and construction inspections.

His expertise is varied and includes transportation facilities, municipal infrastructure, roadway and bridge design, traffic studies, hydrology and hydraulics, floodway analysis, stormwater management, erosion and sediment control. Steven also has over 15 years of construction inspection and engineering residency experience for both public and private clients encompassing heavy highway, infrastructure, roadway traffic systems, municipal wastewater treatment facilities, and structural special inspections. He has an in-depth understanding of engineering software, construction administration, construction standards, and residential and commercial construction techniques. He is OSHA Certified for 40-hour HAZWOPER and OSHA Confined Space.

Steven often works with local agencies including the New York State Department of Transportation, New York Thruway Authority, Onondaga County Department of Transportation, Onondaga County Department of Water Environment Protection and numerous others.


Why Bryant?

“Bryant has given me the opportunity to work on projects spanning numerous disciplines and advance my career in the direction of my own expectations.”

What would be your personal motto?

“My best friend once described me as a ‘Jack of all trades and Master of none’. Since then I have never said no to the opportunity of learning something new… I obtained a PE with only a two-year degree, a 2nd degree black belt at the age of 53, learned how to juggle, have numerous billiard trophies and can fix just about anything. All things that I always wanted to be good at… I guess my motto would be ‘anything is achievable with the right motivation’.”

What is your favorite project you’ve worked on & why?

“SUNY ESF Gateway Building – this project gave me the opportunity to work with architectural, mechanical and electrical firms on the cutting edge of technology. It also gave me free rein in the design process, to think out of the box and be inventive.”