PS&S, a national architecture, engineering and environmental consulting firm headquartered in Warren, will announce the hiring of four key officials Monday morning as the firm looks to expand its presence in the Northeast.
Harry “Ted” Osborne has joined the senior management committee as senior director of the company’s Building Services Group. He will report to John Sartor, the CEO and president.
In addition, Steven Ewing, Russell Cipolla and Bill Schneider have joined the company as senior directors, reporting to Joseph Fleming, first executive vice president of PS&S Land Services Group.
Sartor said the hires will be key additions.
“Ted, Russell, Steve and Bill bring tremendous knowledge, skills and experiences from successful organizations across multiple sectors,” he said. “These key hires exemplify our commitment to be the best partner and support our clients strategically with innovation, technical excellence and unparalleled integrity using the most knowledgeable experts in the industry.”
The firm, which has additional New Jersey offices in Newark, Wall, Cherry Hill and Atlantic City, also has two offices in New York and one in Puerto Rico.
Osborne, who will be based in Warren, brings 40 years of architectural design and planning experience to the Building Services Group, Sartor said. That group works collaboratively with the Land Services Group to provide strategically targeted solutions to clients across all aspects of design and engineering, including civil engineering, permitting and survey work.
Responsible for every aspect of his major assignments, Osborne’s involvement in architectural design encompasses significant domestic and international expertise producing creative design solutions for Fortune 500 companies with a strong commitment to integrity, service, collaboration, innovation and design. Prior to joining the company, Osborne was at Gannett Fleming.
Osborne’s previous work includes architectural design and engineering solutions for pharmaceutical manufacturing plants, research and development labs, urban redevelopment programs, corporate headquarters buildings, health care, education and as project principal developing infrastructure protection measures due to Superstorm Sandy damage.
Cipolla, who will be based in Cherry Hill, will head up the new bridges and roads division in the Land Services Group. His more than 30 years of planning, design, construction and project management will expedite the bridge and road engineering needs for all of the company’s clients, Sartor said.
Ewing, who will be based in Atlantic City, strengthens the company’s ability to provide state and federal impact assessments and coastal permitting guidance. Sartor said his more than 40 years of administrative and technical experience will help the company’s clients expedite their environmental needs.
Schneider, who will be based in Yonkers, New York, will bring more than 30 years of professional engineering experience to a wide variety of projects, including major redevelopments throughout Westchester County, Sartor said.
Schneider brings decades of experience in water quality protection, land development and building code compliance for large developments such as mixed occupancy developments, shopping centers and large multiple dwellings, Sartor said. Schneider also has experience in the public health arena overseeing approval of construction plans for sewers, wastewater pump stations, sewage treatment facilities, individual sewage disposal systems and evaluating water quality throughout Westchester County.