Aubrey E. Mead, Jr., P.E

Professional Engineer:
Connecticut, #12143
New York, #59767
New Jersey, #34229
New Hampshire, #7697
Pennsylvania, #040323-R

Professional Affiliations
Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers

Public Service
Board of Directors, Mianus River Watershed Project  (past)
Town of Greenwich, Flood & Erosion Control Board
Taskforce to Rewrite the CT Guidelines for Sediment & Erosion Control
Cos Cob Volunteer Fire Police Patrol
Former Greenwich RTM Member

TAU BETA PI – National Engineering Honor Society
SIGMA XI – Scientific Research Society

B.S., Civil Engineering, University of New Hampshire, 1976
M.S., Civil Engineering, University of New Hampshire, 1978

Aubrey E. Mead, Jr. is Treasurer of Redniss & Mead, Inc., a land use consulting firm specializing in land use, civil engineering, surveying, and site planning.

Since joining the firm in 1977, Mr. Mead has developed on a variety of civil engineering assignments involving marinas and other coastal projects, storm water management, roads, sewers, dams, culverts, pumping stations, water distribution and septic systems.  He has extensive experience in flood impact studies associated with various projects located in flood plains.

Mr. Mead has worked with and appeared before many community boards and agencies, such as Planning & Zoning and Inland Wetlands as well as state (Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, Department of Transportation) and federal agencies (Army Corps of Engineers), processing local, state and federal permits.

A representative listing of projects he has been involved with includes Merritt 7 Corporate Park (Norwalk), Oakridge Condominium & Retail Center (Lewisboro, NY), many area schools (Cos Cob School, Whitby School, Greenwich Academy, Old Greenwich School, North Street School, and New Lebanon School), marinas (Beacon Point Marina, Mianus River Boat and Yacht Club Marina), institutions (Greenwich Hospital, Cos Cob Library), many office buildings and residential projects in Stamford, CT, and various studies including water supply of Wooley Pond, flood impact of the Strickland Brook and land use to assist the Town of Greenwich in its acquisition of the Pomerance-Tuchman estate.

Mr. Mead is cognizant of the major concerns of a project, including design constraints, timely completion for challenging schedules, and budget issues, and concentrates on achieving a balance that works for the client.