In addition to the qualifications in the brochure pages and the engineering and operations projects (please visit the Web site and check out the newsletters), I have also worked on a lot of security-related projects:
At Port Newark (New Jersey Marine Terminals):
At the Lincoln Tunnel and the Port Authority Bus Terminal, I worked on standaway spacing (for protection against explosive devices) and also bus friendly gates and fences (designed to accommodate oversize vehicles in tight geometry areas).
At the George Washington Bridge, I spent three years developing the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) with a variety of sensors, communications links, artificial intelligence, and changeable message signs. $20 million.
For the U. S. Navy / Marine Corps, I designed a classified security facility for which I received a letter of appreciation. It became the standard definitive design for that type of facility.
For the National Security Agency (NSA), I worked on the civil side of a variety of communications security projects. [I didn't used to be able to mention their name, but they've lightened up some and even included my name on one of their Unit Web sites!]