Top Young Pros: Cultivating Innovation, Mentoring Colleagues
- Rising leaders under 40 are making an impact on many of the region’s biggest
- projects as they cultivate innovative practices and mentor colleagues
- January 21, 2019
- Tom Stabile
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They are top performers in their fields—expanding how their employers confront challenges such as infrastructure resilience, changing software and technology, project efficiency, public-private project management and creating a more diverse workforce.
ENR New York’s Top Young Professionals for 2019 also are organizational leaders, delivering major projects, cultivating innovative practices, taking charge of teams and internal initiatives and mentoring junior colleagues.
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Accomplished bridge engineer
32, Professional Associate
New York City
Two years into his decade at HDR, Martello started a four-year stint as chair of the bridge and structures technology group that serves as a resource helping the firm’s bridge engineers solve design challenges. He has been an in-house technical leader contributing to big jobs such as the replacement Tappan Zee Bridge and the Durham Orange light rail transit project in North Carolina. In 2017, Martello became group lead for HDR’s New York-New Jersey bridge structure section. He manages 45 engineers on a team he has helped stock with experts in BIM, and geotechnical and wind analysis.
Beyond the firm, Martello shares his knowledge as a graduate structural engineering professor at Manhattan College, his alma mater, and as a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
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Building a new firm
34, President and Founder
Amaracon Testing and Inspections
A veteran of STV, Conti Construction, RC Dolner and Materials Testing Group, Zambianchi took her industry experience to a new level in 2015. She founded Amaracon Testing & Inspections, relying in part on her credentials as a professional engineer with a master welding certificate and master special inspections license.
With projects that include an open road toll project at the Whitestone Bridge, she’s built out the business to include a high-tech testing lab, a digital reporting matrix and a team of inspection professionals.
Zambianchi also contributes to industry endeavors, such as the ACE Mentor Program and Professional Women in Construction, and she mentors Manhattan College engineering students.
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Martello, Mike [MC????]
Zambianchi, Connie [MC????]
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I believe that Mike is a member of the Class of 2008, but I do not find anything in my ‘stuff’ for Connie
McEneney, Mike (MC1953)
[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]
Martello, Mike [MC2008]
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[JR: Did a quick google search and found this search entry but the underlying document is gone offline.]
Class of 2006 Donors | Honor Roll of Donors | Manhattan College …
Cupola Club. Connie Zambianchi … Donor Profiles. Read about selected donors and why they choose to support Manhattan College. Read Profiles.
[JR: Probably 2006?]
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