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Vollmer taps former NJHA exec' to head newest office.

Vollmer Associates, the leading engineering, architecture, planning, surveying and landscape architecture firm, has opened a new office in Eatontown, New Jersey, headed by Charles McManus, PE, former chief engineer for the New Jersey Highway Authority (NJHA). McManus has been named a senior transportation engineer at Vollmer.

He comes to the firm following a 35-year career with the NJHA, the agency responsible for operating the Garden State Parkway. He was named chief engineer in 1992 with responsibility for all planning, design and construction activities.

Previously, he served as assistant chief engineer, overseeing the GSP's capital maintenance and improvement program, which averaged approximately $50 million per year.

He also served as operations manager for the GSP, managing the department that administers toll collection, patron services, and the Garden State Arts Center security and traffic operations.

McManus is a fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Institute of Transportation Engineers. He is a charter board member of the ITS America New Jersey Chapter's Committee for a Smart NJ and is active in IBTTA.
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Title Annotation:Construction & Design; New Jersey Highway Authority
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Dec 29, 2004
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