Anthony S. Bartolomeo, PE

Anthony S. Bartolomeo, PE
President and CEO
Philadelphia Office
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Anthony S. Bartolomeo, PE, serves as President and Chief Executive Officer. Tony joined Pennoni in 1986 and has more than 40 years of experience in environmental engineering, coupled with broad experience in relationship development at the federal, state, and local government levels, all of which have a stake in the success of major civil infrastructure projects. He has integrated the engineering and financial aspects of major projects into the legal, regulatory, and community objectives, to the benefit of Pennoni’s diverse client base. Tony is a licensed professional engineer in several states, and is a civil engineering graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.

Tony serves as a member of the Board of Directors for a number of non-profit organizations. He is a board member of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, member of the Industry Trade Advisory Committee of the U.S. Department of Commerce, Chairman of the Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation Advisory Board, and Chairman of the Advisory Board of the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Rutgers University.

Tony was appointed by Mayor Michael Nutter as one of four co-chairs for the Philadelphia Council for College and Career Success, an organization charged by the Mayor with envisioning and developing city-wide partnerships, strategies, and infrastructures to support youth attainment of 21st century skills and post-secondary education. He also served on the Governor’s Marcellus Shale Advisory Commission for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Tony is a member and past chair of both ASCE’s Industry Leaders Council and ACEC’s Design Professionals Coalition. While Chair of the Industry Leaders Council, he led the development of the ASCE Grand Challenge, which aspires to reduce the lifecycle cost of our nation’s infrastructure systems by 50% by 2025.