Constantine Engineering

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B.S. Civil Engineering, University of North Florida, 2005

Florida Professional Engineer (75560)
Qualified Stormwater Management Inspector (14718)

Professional Affiliations:
American Water Works Association
Society of American Military Engineers



Key Qualifications:

Bringing nearly 15 years of relevant experience in the Water and Wastewater engineering field, Mr. Huntt is a proven Project Manager and Project Engineer who uses his experience of more than 25-miles of pipeline projects to deliver successful projects on time and within budget. As part of his Pipeline experience, Mr. Huntt brings a wealth of knowledge in the design and construction management of various trenchless technologies with multiple Horizontal Directional Drills (HDD’s), Jack & Bores, and Pipe Bursting technologies under sensitive areas such as: tidal streams, wetlands, I-95, FDOT and CSX main-line tracks.

Areas of Expertise:

Mr. Huntt has led multi-disciplined teams as the PM for the “Right Sizing” of three (3) industrial wastewater treatment facilities in Alabama. This included replacing existing industrial wastewater equipment, tanks, pipes, instrumentation, lift stations and installing new treatment components to match current system demands.

He has acted as Project Manager and Project Engineer for the disaster recovery assistance in West Palm Beach and in the US Virgin Islands to assist in development of FEMA’s Project Worksheet (PW) by performing the assessment of significant assets/structural features and determining the cost of repairs for reimbursement through the Public Assistance (PA) program. Performed detailed cost estimates using RS Means to provide unit prices with the quantities observed and additional local costs for items damaged during the storms.