SELECTED RESUMES: Seth Wright
SETH WRIGHT, P.E.
Mr. Wright has over thirteen years of experience in traffic and civil engineering. He has prepared the transportation analyses for the environmental review for a number of major projects, and also leads PHA’s parking garage planning efforts for both vehicles and bicycles. He recently served as the project manager for NYCEDC’s project to develop transportation and urban design improvements for the area surrounding the Metro North station at Park Avenue and East 125th Street in Harlem. PHA’s roles in the project included traffic analysis, noise analysis and conceptual design of roadway / pedestrian improvements.
Mr. Wright prepared the transportation analyses for the SEIS for Riverside Center, a three million square foot, mixed-use development currently under construction on the Upper West Side. He also prepared the garage layout and design and ULURP application for the project. He also prepared the transportation analyses for the EIS for Durst Development’s proposed one million square foot development at 625 West 57th Street in Manhattan.
Mr. Wright was the lead traffic engineer for the Atlantic Yards Arena and Redevelopment project, a major residential and commercial development in Downtown Brooklyn that includes the Barclays Center. His responsibilities included design and coordination of infrastructure; developing the MPT plan; traffic and parking analysis for the EIS; and design of roadway improvements to accommodate the proposed development.
For the Pier 57 project in Manhattan, Mr. Wright is providing traffic engineering services including preliminary design of the mixed-use project’s interface with Route 9A, the Hudson River Park bikeway, and other nearby roadways. Mr. Wright has also provided transportation planning services, including design of site circulation, loading areas, and parking for the Related Companies’ development of the Hudson Yards area. This work also included conceptual design of off-site roadway improvements that are being proposed in connection with this major new development.
Mr. Wright wrote a traffic study involving the reconstruction of bridges along the Bronx River Parkway in addition to the construction of a new multi-use path for pedestrians and bicyclists. His experience has also included MPT plans for several projects, including the new Willis Avenue Bridge.
Mr. Wright also leads PHA’s parking garage planning efforts for both vehicles and bicycles. He has provided parking and loading planning services on numerous parking garages and developments ranging from small residential garages to large shared use facilities. Recent garage projects have included 4 NY Plaza, 150 Charles Street, and 29 Flatbush Avenue.
Philip Habib & Associates:
2000 Union College B.S., Civil Engineering
2006 Polytechnic Institute of NYU
M.S. Transportation Planning
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES & AFFILIATIONS:
American Society of Civil Engineers