Fuss & O’Neill Elects New Board of Director Member

Manchester, NH – JoAnn Fryer, PE has been elected to Fuss & O’Neill’s Board of Directors. JoAnn began her career in 1991 as a bridge engineer (JoAnn started with CLD Consulting Engineers in 1991 and the firm was acquired by Fuss & O’Neill in 2017) and now, as Senior Vice President, leads the firm’s New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont operations as Fuss & O’Neill’s North Region Manager. JoAnn’s 20+ years of roadway, bridge, land development, bicycle/pedestrian safety, and construction administration experience allow her to view projects holistically and with the client’s best interest in mind. In addition to her new board member position, JoAnn leads Fuss & O’Neill’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee (which provides awareness of and support for the advancement employees from historically disadvantaged groups) and she serves as the President of the newly-founded New Hampshire Chapter of Women in Transportation (WTS) International (which helps aspiring transportation professionals network, collaborate, and advance within the industry).

“JoAnn brings a unique perspective to our Board of Directors, and her ideas will help shape our firm for years to come,” said Kevin Grigg, Fuss & O’Neill’s Chief Executive Officer. “JoAnn has proven herself to be an exceptional leader and we are very fortunate to have her as part of the leadership team.”

JoAnn joins Kevin Grigg, Kathy Nanowski, Ted DeSantos, Dean Audet, Craig Lapinski, and Tim St. Germain as the representatives for the company’s shareholders.


About Fuss & O’Neill, Inc.
Established in 1924, Fuss & O’Neill is a full-service engineering firm with a depth of staff and experience to conquer any project – from initial design to final construction. An ENR Top 500 Design Firm and Zweig Group Best Firm to Work For, the company is headquartered in Manchester, CT and supported by nine regional offices throughout all six New England states. Our professional staff maintains licenses and certifications across a wide range of civil engineering, traffic/transportation, planning, landscape architecture, structural, survey, design build, MEP, facilities, water/wastewater, natural resources, resilience, environmental, and manufacturing disciplines. For more information, go to www.fando.com.