We’re pleased to announce that Jason Pancoast, P.E. has joined us as project manager in our ever-growing New York City division, project management and multidisciplinary engineering and environmental services for our design and construction projects. Pancoast earned his B.S. in Civil Engineering and M.S. in Environmental Engineering from the NJ Institute of Technology, and is currently working towards an MBA in Strategic Management and Global Business at Rutgers.
Jason will begin by training at our headquarters before transitioning to the NYC office, where he brings his 15+ years of experience in the construction and environmental engineering industries, specializing in site remediation and redevelopment. Jason has valuable design management and construction experience in NYC, resulting in an in-depth knowledge that has helped to secure approvals from a variety of NYC agencies, including the Department of Building, Fire Department of New York, the Department of Environmental Protection, and New York State’s Department of Environmental Conservation.
“Jason’s strong technical background is a great asset to our diverse NYC-based environmental projects, and his strong business skills will help support the growth of our NYC office,” says PWGC senior vice president James Rhodes.
Read the writeup on NYREJ here: P.W. Grosser hires Pancoast as project manager