New County Engineer Appointed Vincent M. Voltaggio of Sewell brings over 15 years experience.
(Woodbury, NJ) - The Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders will appoint Vincent M. Voltaggio, P.E., of Sewell as the County Engineer at the regular Freeholder meeting.
"Mr. Voltaggio has extensive experience with municipal and county engineering projects, water and sewer systems, and we feel his background will be an asset to the county," stated Freeholder Director Sweeney.
Freeholder Deputy Director Bob Damminger said that Mr. Voltaggio has varied experience that he will bring to Gloucester County, including almost 10 years with Belleville, New Jersey as Assistant Township Engineer where he oversaw that municipalities' water and sewer. Additionally, Voltaggio has been project manager on many NJDOT, NJDEP and other projects.
"The County Engineer's Office directs our capital projects involving county roads, bridges, traffic control, and drainage among some of its responsibilities. Mr. Voltaggio is a professional with a far-reaching background who can handle all aspects of the Office and I believe he is the right fit for our county," said Deputy Director Damminger.
In addition to being a Registered Professional Engineer, Voltaggio holds several professional licenses that include: New Jersey Water Distribution System Operator Class W-3; New Jersey Collection System Operator Class C-3, and is an AASHTO Certified Asphalt Paving Construction Technologist. Voltaggio is a graduate of NJIT.
The Freeholders noted that Voltaggio's experience with water and sewer will also assist with implementing the county's Storm Water Management Program. "It is valuable to have someone in-house who has the depth of knowledge that Vincent Voltaggio has with so many issues we deal with on a day-to-day basis," concluded Director Sweeney.
Mr. Voltaggio will begin on March 6th.