Julie Pietrzak, a key member of our Resilience practice, provides civil and geotechnical engineering, resilient infrastructure design and project management services to a range of clients. She has particular expertise in climate risk and resilience assessments, stormwater management, earthen embankments and track and rail projects. Julie specializes in analyzing potential vulnerabilities to site-specific shocks and stresses over a project’s lifespan and works with clients to develop resilient solutions for maintaining business continuity following a hazardous event. Her portfolio includes the design of large-scale water resource and land development projects and flood resilience strategies for the MTA NYC Transit and Metro-North Railroad. Julie was invited by the National Academy of Engineering to participate in the prestigious US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium in 2017 and 2018 and the 2020 Japan-America Symposium.
B.S., Civil Engineering, Hofstra University
Julie is a member of Engineers Without Borders' Community Engineering Corps, which engages with local underserved communities to design and implement site enhancements.