SELECTED RESUMES: Philip Habib
PHILIP A. HABIB, P.E.
Dr. Habib has over 40 years of experience in planning, civil, and traffic engineering for government agencies and the private sector. He has led major project-team efforts on the following projects: transportation planning and site engineering for the Extell's Riverside South project in Manhattan; site engineering, traffic engineering and transportation planning for the MetroTech, Atlantic Center and Atlantic Arena developments in Downtown Brooklyn; transportation planning and analysis for the five-mile-long Hudson River Park and for Time Warner Center in Manhattan; and civil engineering for 7 World Trade Center and the Freedom Tower.
Dr. Habib has also managed numerous environmental and planning projects, including EISs for the Police Academy, Public Safety Answering Center, 770 Eleventh Avenue, and the West Harlem Rezoning, as well as the EA for the Whitehall Ferry Terminal and the EA for St. George Ferry Terminal. He has managed the master planning efforts for Lincoln Center in Manhattan, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and numerous others.
Dr. Habib prepared functional design for access improvements to the new Whitehall Ferry Terminal in Manhattan; traffic calming measures for the Gun Hill Road Home Depot in the Bronx; designs for the new cruise terminal at Pier 12 in Brooklyn; and planning and preliminary design for improvements to eight subway stations in Downtown Brooklyn. He also developed parking plans for numerous projects and clients, including garages at Atlantic Center, Time Warner Center, MetroTech, Riverside South, and the Woolworth Building.
During these efforts, Dr. Habib supervised technical analyses in a wide range of transportation-related disciplines, including travel demand forecasting, capacity analyses, traffic calming, marine transportation, terminal planning and design, and pedestrian analyses. His role has included extensive coordination with numerous city and state agencies, and presentations before local community boards, the City Planning Commission, and other entities.
At Polytechnic University, Dr. Habib developed and taught graduate and undergraduate courses in traffic engineering, transportation planning, terminal design, highway design, and freight transportation. He has published extensively in ferry planning/design, freight transportation, and traffic and transportation planning, and has conducted basic and applied research in varied aspects of transportation planning and safety.
Philip Habib & Associates:
Berger, Lehman Associates:
Polytechnic Institute of NYU:
Associate Professor of Transportation Engineering
1975 Polytechnic Institute of NYU Ph.D., Transportation
1972 Polytechnic Institute of NYU M.S., Transportation
1970 City College of New York B.C.E.
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES & AFFILIATIONS:
New York and Connecticut
American Society of Civil Engineers:
Institute of Transportation Engineers: