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Cormac Morrissey, PE, PP, CME, Partner

Education:  B.C.E. - The Catholic University of America, 1988

 Professional Licensure

New Jersey State Board of Professional Engineers, License No. 38259

New Jersey State Board of Professional Planners, License No. 5937

Certified Municipal Engineer, State of New Jersey

 Professional Experience:  Mr. Morrissey has over 27 years of experience in the field of engineering.  He has served as an engineering consultant and project manager for the City of Linwood and Township of Galloway and currently serves as the Municipal Engineer for Maurice River Township.  Mr. Morrissey has been responsible for the design, permitting and construction management of numerous private and municipal projects.  His responsibilities have ranged from the project conception, engineering design, project permitting, preparation of construction specifications, bid documents, public bidding, coordination, construction management and contract closeout.

 Mr. Morrissey is well versed in the many facets of land development including engineering design, permitting, specifications, contract documents and construction coordination.  Notable design accomplishments include the Tartaglio Park Athletic Complex in Galloway Township, the Twisted Dune golf course in Egg Harbor Township, and the Atlantic City Geotube Beach Preservation Project.  Mr. Morrissey has extensive experience in the design of stormwater management systems and authored the Municipal Stormwater Management Plans for the Township of Galloway and the City of Linwood.

Mr. Morrissey is widely experienced with the review and approval process at the Local, County, State and Federal levels. He is well versed in NJDEP regulations and is experienced with NJPDES and Treatment Works Approvals and Water Allocation permitting.  Mr. Morrissey has worked with the development and passage of Wastewater Management and Water Quality Management Plan amendments including authoring the Cape May County Water Quality Management Plan.  He is knowledgeable in soils evaluation and hydrology and is an experienced field inspector and specifications writer. 

 Mr. Morrissey’s responsibilities include the coordination of design staff, preparation of reports and documents, attendance and testimony at planning and zoning board meetings and meetings of governing bodies and providing engineering representation on behalf municipal clients. His technical responsibilities include site feasibility analysis, design of all site improvements, including roadways, parking lots, grading, drainage, stormwater management plans, soil erosion plans, lighting plans, air quality studies, earthwork, soils investigations, utility design including sanitary sewers, and pump stations, Municipal Wastewater Management Plans, NJPDES permits, Water Allocation permits and preparation of grant applications.