Refreshments start at 5:30 PM Presentation starts at 6:00 PM
Speaker: Eric C. Macfarlane, P.E., M.ASCE, ENV-SP, Deputy Commissioner, New York City Department of Design and Construction
Eric C. Macfarlane leads the New York City Department of Design and Construction, Infrastructure Division with a technical staff of 500 employees, consisting mostly of engineers, project managers, and analysts. The Division is responsible for the design and construction of the consolidated roadway, sewer and water main capital infrastructure programs for the City of New York. Currently the Division has a 5-years capital plan portfolio of 625 projects in various, phases, from planning, design and construction, valued at more than $10 billion. A few significant active projects under his management include: connecting the final section of a third water tunnel to the City’s water distribution system, a project valued at more than $235 million, a coastal resiliency program estimated at more than $2 billion and the South East Queens stormwater drainage program budgeted at more than $1.9 billion. The Infrastructure Division also procures the services of many consultants for both design and construction management who provide supplementary assistance in the delivery of DDC’s annual infrastructure projects commitment plan. He has a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the City College of New York, and a Master of Science, Civil Engineering degree from Polytechnic Institute of New York. He is a New York State licensed Professional Engineer.
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