Craig Moskowitz, P.E., MBA,
Craig L. Moskowitz, P.E., MBA, has more than 14 years of experience as a civil engineer. His experience includes piping design/stress analysis for nuclear power plant containment structures throughout the State of Connecticut. As an officer in the US Army National Guard and Reserves he supervised and managed the reconstruction of perimeter fencing and roadway improvements in the Otay Mountains between San Diego, California and Tijuana, Mexico.
Further engagements include storm drainage and roadway improvement design and reconstruction at the Stones Ranch Military Reservation in East Lyme, Connecticut. After graduation from the US Army Officer Engineering School at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, Mr. Moskowitz worked as a construction manager for Sailor’s Housing in Groton, Connecticut and managed the renovation and addition to the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Newington, Connecticut.
Other work includes the management of telecommunications projects in New York City as an agent to Verizon Communications. He has served as Director of Project Management for water and sewer distribution systems projects while working for a contractor to the NYC Department of Design and Construction. Also, Craig has performed building site surveys and architectural restoration reviews for various clients while working for a consulting engineer in Manhattan. This work included extensive code and zoning review/analysis.
Currently, he is involved with the construction cost consulting for wastewater treatment plants for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection. He also has handled numerous forensic engineering claims for law firms and insurance companies.