Nardelli & Colson Become Licensed Public Works Managers

Albert A. Fralinger Jr., Chairman of the Board of Fralinger Engineering, is pleased to announce that Stephen J. Nardelli, PE, PP & CME and Dave Colson have both become licensed in the State of New Jersey as Certified Public Works Managers.  Both individuals have spent the past year completing various training courses dealing with public works topics.  Fralinger said that during these tough economic times, it is even more important for our employees to continue with education and training so that we may offer our private and municipal clients new ideas and ways to be more cost effective.

Steve has been with Fralinger Engineering for 27 years and is currently a Vice President with the Firm in charge of the engineering division.  Steve graduated from Widener University in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering.  Currently Steve represents several municipalities located in Cumberland, Salem, Atlantic, Gloucester and Cape May Counties.  Steve resides in Hopewell Township, Cumberland County, with his wife Laurie.

Dave has been with Fralinger Engineering for 7 years and is currently a construction inspector on various projects in Cumberland, Salem, Atlantic and Gloucester Counties.  He is also a Licensed Sewer Operator for various sewer systems.   Dave has several years’ experience as Superintendent of Sewer Collection Systems, Superintendent of Public Works, Emergency Management Coordinator, Safety Coordinator, 911 Coordinator, Recycling Coordinator and Convenience Center Operator.  Dave currently resides in Pilesgrove Township, Salem County with his wife Melanie.

Fralinger Engineering’s corporate office is located at 629 Shiloh Pike in Hopewell Township, Cumberland County and branch office located at 115 5th Street, City of Salem, Salem County.  Fralinger Engineering is a full service Civil Engineering, Land Surveying and Environmental Firm, which has been serving the South Jersey area since 1966.

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