SELECTED RESUMES: Haran Cho
Ms. Cho has over thirteen years of experience in civil and traffic engineering at PHA. Her tasks have included design of roadway and utilities, preparation of maintenance and protection of traffic plans, mapping and transportation planning analyses. She is currently the civil engineer for Two Trees Management’s redevelopment of the Domino Sugar site in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, which will involve new private streets and infrastructure on a five-block waterfront site.
Ms. Cho is also providing civil design services for the final phase of the mixed-use LEED-certified Edge development in Williamsburg. The scope of work for this phase includes preparation of the builders pavement plans, private sewer plan, and site connection for Building 5. Ms. Cho previously provided civil design services for the earlier phases of the development.
Ms. Cho is also part of the ongoing World Trade Center development in Lower Manhattan. Most recently, her responsibilities include traffic engineering services for the West Bathtub Vehicular Access. Previously, her responsibilities included civil engineering for Tower One, overall site transportation planning services for the WTC campus, and civil engineering services for 7 World Trade Center.
As part of her involvement in the Hudson Yards Master Plan effort, Ms. Cho prepared the ULURP drawings and the City alteration map associated with mapping of public park lands, streets, and easements on the site, and also developed street profiles to establish new legal grades. She is now providing civil engineering to the Related Companies for Tower A.
Ms. Cho is the civil engineer for PS 62R, the “Net Zero” school that is being development in the Woodrow neighborhood Staten Island. The 444-seat elementary school is being designed to generate as much energy as it uses. Her responsibilities included preparation of builders pavement plans, the site connection proposal, and the site grading plan, as well as the design of the driveway/drop-off area for the project.
For the East River Plaza development in East Harlem, Ms. Cho was responsible for the design of street elements within the public right-of-way, as well as the private roadways and landscape areas on the site. She is also a project engineer for Harlem Hospital. Work on this project includes the development of grading, utilities and builders pavement plans for public and private streets.
Philip Habib & Associates:
Civil / Transportation Engineer
2000 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute B.S., Civil Engineering
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES & AFFILIATIONS:
American Society of Civil Engineers