MICHAEL F. STEIN, P.E. – President

Michael F. Stein is the founder and principal of Hudson Engineering and Consulting, P.C., consulting engineers for environmental and civil projects.

Before opening his own office, he was employed with a Westchester County based civil engineering firm where he gained extensive experience with both private and public sector projects. These projects include, but are not limited to: The financial analysis, design, permitting and construction administration of water transmission main system consisting of 5.5 miles of water main, venturi meter and level control valve linked to the overflow of an existing 1,400,000 gallon water standpipe system all within the New York City watershed for the Amawalk Shenorock Water District within the Town of Somers. Mr. Stein has acted as Village Engineer for several villages in Westchester County, designing and overseeing construction of various projects and performing Planning Board reviews.

Additionally, he has coordinated the design and construction of over 60,000 linear feet of public and private water and sewer main extensions and replacements including coordination and permitting with the New York State Health Department, Westchester County Health Department, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, New York State Department of Transportation, Westchester County Department of Transportation and New York City Department of Environmental Protection.

Mr. Stein has prepared designs and bid documents for numerous municipal projects including: Rehabilitation of existing pump stations, utility improvements and extensions, roadway resurfacing, parking facilities, fire training center site improvements.

Mr. Stein has coordinated Sewer System Evaluation Surveys in order to eliminate sources of inflow and infiltration and assess the condition and capacity of the existing infrastructure for local, county and state agencies (A total of approximately 70,000 linear feet). The investigations have included smoke testing, dye testing, television inspection, manhole assessment, inflow elimination assessment, and flow monitoring. Upon completion of the investigations, reports were prepared outlining the findings; provided recommendations for rehabilitation alternatives and provided cost estimates for the various alternatives.

Mr. Stein is a licensed professional engineer in New York State and Connecticut; he has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Manhattan College in the Bronx. He graduated Magna Cum Laude and is a member of Tau Beta Pi (National Engineering Honor Society), Chi Epsilon (National Civil Engineering Honor Society) and Epsilon Sigma Pi (Manhattan’s Honor Society). He is also a member of the Westchester County Association of Municipal Public Works Administrators and the Westchester County Water Works Conference.