Please join us in congratulating our new Associates, Jacqueline (Carver) Davis and Brian Beisel, PTP.

September 08, 2016

Jacqueline (Carver) Davis, Civil Engineer

Jacqueline has been central to a wide variety of roadway and intersection improvement projects throughout Massachusetts.  “Delivering projects is at the core of what we do at Howard Stein Hudson and Jacqueline’s knowledge of the elements of roadway design ensures that projects are not only advanced but also built,” said David Matton, Principal of Public Infrastructure. She has helped advance numerous projects through design and into construction, including Route 28 in Barnstable (adjacent to Cape Cod Mall), Arlington Center, Museum Road in Boston, and Quincy Center.

Jacqueline earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Syracuse University in 2009, followed by a Master’s degree in Engineering Management in 2010.  In addition to developing roadway design projects, she is active in professional development organizations in Boston, in particular WTS Boston, for which she currently serves as co-chair of the Professional Development Committee.

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Brian Beisel, PTP, Senior Transportation Engineer

Brian brings more than 15 years’ expertise to advancing development projects, particularly in the City of Boston.  With a commitment to improving the urban fabric, Brian has developed transportation solutions that address the many challenges for urban development projects.  From initial transportation planning through permitting and construction, Brian ensures that projects advance.  His current projects include the high-profile Seaport Square and Bulfinch Crossing projects in Boston.  “Brian understands what makes a project work and brings that knowledge to every project. In addition, Brian is a very clear presenter which is vital for development projects to succeed,” said Guy Busa, Principal of Land Development.

Since graduating from Wentworth Institute of Technology, Brian has also designed traffic signals systems and conducted peer reviews on behalf of municipalities.  Brian is a certified Professional Transportation Planner.

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