Pennoni Announces New Regional Vice President
NEWARK, NJ Pennoni announces the promotion of Associate Vice President and Newark, New Jersey, Office Director Todd Hay, PE, CME, to Regional Vice President. In this role, Hay will be responsible for the business development, profitability, and project management in northern New Jersey, New York, and New England.
Holding a master's in urban and transportation engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Hay joined Pennoni in 2005, and since then, has held a vital role in Pennoni's growth and development in the northeast region. Hay has held a number of positions at Pennoni, including Senior Engineer, Division Manager, Office Director, and Associate Vice President.
With more than 20 years of experience as a municipal engineer, Hay has served over 25 municipalities, four counties, and ten public school districts as the on-call engineer. He has supported the economic growth and development of northern New Jersey through active participation in a number of organizations and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders and government officials.
He currently serves as the president of the New Jersey Society of Municipal Engineers (NJSME) and is on the transportation council of the Newark Regional Business Partnership. Additionally, Hay serves as the commissioner for the Somerset-Raritan Valley Sewerage Authority; appointed city, planning, and zoning board engineer for the city of East Orange, New Jersey; the township, planning, and zoning board engineer for the township of Nutley, New Jersey; and as the appointed board of education engineer for Springfield, New Jersey, Board of Education. He is also a guest lecturer for the New Jersey Institute of Technology and the New Jersey League of Municipalities.
"Todd is a team player and is a great communicator both with staff and with his clients," said Chief Operating Officer David DeLizza. "He represents our firm very well and consistently demonstrates our values of honesty, integrity, and quality service while achieving our goals of reputation, profit, and growth."
Hay's promotion is effective immediately. He will be based in Pennoni's Newark, New Jersey, location.