As a project engineer at Levien & Company, Daniel focuses on helping L&C clients identify and resolve project engineering challenges. His technical experience is grounded in a professional and educational background of environmental and geotechnical project management and construction oversight.
Prior to joining the firm, Daniel worked as a Staff Engineer at Langan, managing a variety of residential and commercial projects valued at up to $80M. In this role, he provided construction oversight of a 12-story residential building in Tribeca, ensured compliance with both geotechnical and environmental design specifications, including SOE, foundation and remedial action requirements.
His current work includes the development of a 110,000 sf affordable housing project for Clinton Housing Development Corp. on Manhattan’s west side, a new LEED Gold branch library for the Brooklyn Public Library, and a new 7-story residential building in Chinatown.
Daniel holds a B.S. in Environmental Science from Duke University and M.S. in Engineering from Columbia University