AECOM announced Antonino Marino and Anthony Chionchio joined their New York team — Marino as assoc. VP, sr. program manager, and Chionchio as assoc. BP, sr. electrical technical leader. Building on AECOM’s successful track record for delivering complex, high-profile projects, Marino and Chionchio will be dedicated to delivering major transportation infrastructure projects and programs across the New York region.
As the former deputy chief of design for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s (PANYNJ) Engineering Department Design Division, Marino directed a staff of over 250 engineers and architects in the design of all Port Authority facilities. This included the five metropolitan airports, two tunnels, and four bridges between New York and New Jersey, the PATH rail system, the Port Authority Bus Terminal, Ports Facilities, and the World Trade Center Complex.
AECOM also recently welcomed Chionchio to its New York team. A fellow veteran of the PANYNJ, Chionchio has nearly 38 years of electrical engineering experience. In his most recent role as chief electrical engineer, Chionchio was responsible for all the electrical and electronics engineering design work of PANYNJ’s 10-year $32 billion capital plan. He oversaw the work of numerous consultants and a staff of more than 60 in-house electrical, electronics, and on-site consulting engineers in the design of all Port Authority facilities including five airports, two tunnels, four bridges, three bus terminals, port facilities, the Teleport, the PATH rail system, and the World Trade Center complex. He also served as the chairman of the Port Authority High-Tension Safety Board.
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