Douglas is a respected prime consultant and project manager for infrastructure and exhibition facilities throughout the Northeast.
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Doug Anderson manages and leads design teams on a variety of major building and infrastructure projects. With more than 30 years of experience, Doug brings considerable knowledge to his projects, helping clients successfully develop, renovate, restore or maintain their physical assets.
Doug’s technical and management expertise has put him at the forefront of major transportation and infrastructure projects in Boston and New York. He recently served as lead structural engineer for the World Trade Center PATH transportation hub and security-related projects at George Washington Bridge and New York Bus Terminal for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, all of which are in New York City. He was also project manager for the combined $800-million expansion and renovations of Terminals A and E at Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts. Doug is presently overseeing a multidisciplinary design team for a $2.5-million on-call, general services contract with the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority.
In addition to his transportation-related work, his project experience includes construction, renovation and expansion of educational, medical, commercial and residential buildings throughout the Northeast. Currently, Doug is providing consulting services for the structural alteration of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies headquarters building in Boston, Massachusetts. Other notable Boston-area projects include the expansion of the Boston Children’s Museum, the new Heritage on the Garden building and the restoration of the Scotia Street Substation.
Outside of Work
Doug and his wife have recently taken up running 5k races, which has become a veritable passion. They also enjoy hiking and skiing in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, where they own a small cottage. However, the majority of Doug’s time outside of work is spent redesigning and reworking his home and garden in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
• Structural Engineering
• Structural Analysis
• Concrete Design
• Steel Design
• Wood/Timber Design
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