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Personnel file: Engineering firm names new San Ramon project manager

 

Fuscoe Engineering, Inc., hired a new project manager at its San Ramon office in Bishop Ranch 6, firm representatives announced last week.

Michael Witt, of Pleasanton, is a certified professional engineer and Leadership In Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) accredited professional with 15 years of civil engineering experience throughout Northern California.

"Michael's outstanding engineering background, excellent communication skills and top leadership abilities are sure to benefit the clients we service in our San Ramon office," firm president John Olivier said in a statement announcing the new hire.

Witt has a variety of experience with site-planning, design, development, staff-mentoring and consultant coordination, according to Fuscoe representatives.

They noted Witt has worked for public agencies and private clients including Toll Brothers, KB Home, Caltrans, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), Los Angeles World Airports and Transbay Joint Powers Authority. He's worked on projects such as the LLNL solar farm, the Transbay Transit Center in San Francisco and Pacific Pearl, an under-development Asian-focused retail center in Pleasanton.

Fuscoe Engineering is a civil engineering firm focused on land-use development and public infrastructure projects. It is based in Irvine, with regional offices in six other California cities, including San Ramon.

Editor's note: DanvilleSanRamon.com accepts news from businesses about personnel transitions, awards and milestone anniversaries. Send information to associate editor Jeremy Walsh at jwalsh@danvillesanramon.com.

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