Philadelphia Transportation Engineer Named "Young Civil Engineer of the Year"
Philadelphia Transportation Engineer Drew Sirianni was recently named Young Civil Engineer of the Year by the Philadelphia chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
Awarded annually, the Philadelphia Young Civil Engineer of the Year is given to any member 35 years of age or younger who has contributed most significantly to the civil engineering profession. Candidates are nominated by their fellow chapter members.
Sirianni has worked with Pennoni for two years in the Philadelphia transportation division and has become a go-to resource for transportation and traffic management projects. He is currently working on the Pennsylvania Turnpike/Interstate 95 interchange. Under two separate contracts with the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, Pennoni is providing design services for the reconstruction of the Bristol (359) Interchange, and construction services for the widening Interstate 276, the future site of I-95. The project will be the last link needed to make I-95 a continuous route from Florida to the U.S.-Canada border.