Warren-based PS&S, a full-service architecture, engineering, design and environmental firm, recently announced that Lisa DiGerolamo has rejoined the company as senior vice president.
DiGerolamo was most recently a senior project manager and senior associate with engineering firms in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
From 1996-2021, DiGerolamo was with PS&S, where she rose to the level of vice president. During her tenure, she was responsible for infrastructure and site development projects throughout New Jersey and New York, with particular expertise in hydrology and hydraulics, and stormwater and floodplain management.
DiGerolamo’s land development experience includes education, residential, municipal, recreational, warehouse, industrial, corporate campus and retail developments. Among the more well-known projects she oversaw for PS&S are the Daylighting of the Sawmill River in Yonkers, New York; Oakwood at Old Bridge residential development; Hillsborough Promenade retail development; realignment of Greenwood Lake Turnpike; and Novartis campus expansions.
“It feels great to be back as part of the team with whom I have spent most of my career, especially now as the firm grows both organically and by acquisition to seize opportunities brought about by the nation’s infrastructure bill,” DiGerolamo stated. “PS&S is a 60-year-old firm that continues to evolve without losing a commitment to technical excellence and each other.”
PS&S CEO and President John Sartor said: “As we embark on a new growth phase, we are very pleased that Lisa DiGerolamo has decided to rejoin the firm. Lisa is a highly talented professional who has been part of our success and family culture, and everyone at PS&S is delighted to have her back.”