Fuss & O’Neill Welcomes Timothy Nevins, LSP, CHMM

Providence, RI – Civil and environmental engineering firm Fuss & O’Neill announces the newest addition to their Environmental and Facility Services Business Line, Senior Project Manager Timothy Nevins, LSP, CHMM. Drawing on his extensive career as a Licensed Site Professional (LSP), Tim will work with clients to implement long-term solutions for site redevelopment or reuse that benefit the environment and community.

Tim has more than 25 years of experience working on Brownfields assessments, PCB abatement, permit applications, restoration projects, and environmental assessment and remediation projects for commercial, industrial, and residential properties, for both public and private clients. As a LSP, Tim has executed work that meets state requirements on contaminated properties. Working with state agencies throughout the Northeast has made him deeply familiar with their policies and regulations, which helps clients throughout all phases of their projects. Tim currently sits on the Licensed Site Professionals Association (LSPA) Board of Directors, and has previously served as the Education Committee Co-Chair.

Patrick Dowling, CPG, welcomes Timothy, noting: “We are so glad to have Tim join our group. His extensive experience navigating the regulatory and financial implications of environmental assessment and remediation projects will be well suited to aid our mission of creatively solving complex challenges for our clients. His technical expertise is a great asset in a multidisciplinary firm like Fuss & O’Neill.”


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 is supported by 11 regional offices. 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.