Mr. Musil was elected vice president of the Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Professionals, and elected to the board of directors of the National Association of Environmental Professionals
Urban is pleased to announce that Joseph F. Musil Jr., PE, PP, LEED AP BD+C, has been elected vice president of the Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Professionals (PAEP) and elected to the board of directors of the National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP). These organizations are multi-disciplinary groups dedicated to the advancement of environmental professions, as well as a forum for state-of-the-art information on environmental planning, research, and management.
“It is a privilege to be given leadership positions at the local and national level with these organizations,” said Mr. Musil. “Advancing the environmental profession is a tenet for me and I look forward to working with others to promote the mission of both PAEP and NAEP.”
Mr. Musil is an environmental engineer who has spent more than 20 years with Urban Engineers. He has diversified work experience in both the private and public sectors, including private consulting and ombudsman services for industrial and manufacturing facilities, engineering consultants, government agencies, and local authorities/municipalities. His responsibilities have included management of multimillion-dollar construction projects, environmental and OSHA site audits, and review of multimillion-dollar government procurement centers' activities. He places emphasis on environmental program management, developing standardized contracting procedures and documents, long-range planning, and improving Total Quality Management within client operations.
Mr. Musil also served 10 years with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Region 2 Construction Grants Office as a senior project engineer, where he evaluated infrastructure projects for environmental impacts, project needs, and economic impacts. He has personally inspected dozens of project impact zones and construction sites to develop mitigation plans, alternative site location, and to evaluate proposed changes in right-of-way configurations. He has coordinated reviews by other experts, such as biologists, hydrologists, and archaeologists, to obtain the timely review and delivery of projects.