Joseph F. Musil Jr., PE, PP, LEED-AP BD+

Urban Engineers Inc.
530 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Joe has diversified work experience in both the private and public sectors, including private consulting and ombudsman services for industrial and manufacturing facilities, engineering consultants, government agencies, and local authorities/municipalities. His responsibilities have included management of multi-million-dollar construction projects, environmental and OSHA site audits, and review of multi-million dollar government procurement centers' activities. He places emphasis on environmental program management, developing standardized contracting procedures and documents, long-range planning, and improving Total Quality Management within client operations. He has applied his expertise as an employee of Urban Engineers, Inc. of Philadelphia PA for the past 23 years as a NEPA Specialist and Regulatory Compliance Engineer.

Joe has written contract administration and construction documents for utility construction, roadway improvements and restoration, bridge crossings and has been directly responsible for management of projects from conception to design, including the bidding phase, construction, inspection, and contractor claims/disputes litigation. He was proactively involved in the construction management process of multi-million dollar projects; reviewed the engineering documents of consultants for constructability claims avoidance, compliance with environmental and construction permit requirements; and has been active in construction administration to ensure the timely progress of work. He has participated in local government committee meetings (town council), drafted proposed municipal ordinances, and has taken enforcement actions on behalf of the elected body against non-compliance.

Joe also serviced 10 years with the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (USEPA) Region 2 Construction Grants Office as a Senior Engineer, where he evaluated infrastructure projects for environmental impacts, project needs, and economic impacts. He has personally inspected dozens of project impact zones and construction sites to develop mitigation plans, alternative site location, and to evaluate proposed changes in right-of-way configurations. He coordinated reviews by other experts, such as biologists, hydrologists, and archaeologists, to obtain the timely review and delivery of projects. On behalf of the USEPA, He participated in public hearings on federal environmental impact statements under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and has helped organize numerous public meetings and workshops on various aspects of heavy construction projects, right-of-way and easement requirements, project impacts on environmentally sensitive areas, and archaeological sites, in addition to assisting local municipalities in complying with environmental and regulatory requirements.

He also served 2 years with the US Small Business Administration’s (USSBA) Region 2 Procurement Assistance Office as one of 55 nationally recognized Procurement Center Representatives overseeing GSA, US Army Corps of Engineers and US Navy Naval Facilities Engineering Command contracting offices to identify procurement actions that could be satisfied by finding additional small business enterprises with the capabilities to meet their contracting requirements.  

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