Nitsch Engineering is pleased to announce that two key company leaders have been promoted: Fayssal Husseini, PE, PTOE, LEED Green Associate has been promoted to Vice President and named a Principal of the firm; while John Schmid, PE, LEED AP BD+C has been promoted to Executive Project Manager. These promotions recognize the dedication and commitment to growth that Fayssal and John have demonstrated during their tenure at Nitsch Engineering.
Fayssal Husseini has 28 years of experience in providing transportation/traffic engineering and construction phase services. As Nitsch Engineering’s Director of Transportation Engineering, Fayssal has combined his project and business development experience to more than double the size of the transportation department. Fayssal’s promotion to Vice President reflects his dedication to meeting the needs of our transportation clients. His commitment to Nitsch Engineering is also reflected in his role as a shareholder; his ownership is now at a Principal level. Fayssal is a member of the American Council of Engineering Companies/Massachusetts (ACEC/MA) and serves as chairman on two subcommittees of the Transportation Agencies Liaison Committee; he is also an adjunct professor and member of the Advisory Board for the Civil Engineering Department at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Fayssal earned his M.S. in Transportation Engineering and B.S. in civil engineering from Northeastern University.
John Schmid has 25 years of experience as a civil engineer, including 19 years at Nitsch Engineering, where he is also an Associate and shareholder. John has become well-known as an expert on the City of Boston site design process; his experience working in the City has allowed him to establish close relationships with regulators and decision makers. John’s promotion to Executive Project Manager more accurately reflects his leadership role within the Boston A/E/C community and Nitsch Engineering’s civil engineering department, where he successfully oversees a high volume of projects. John is a member of the ACEC/MA Program Committee, and is Chair of the Advisory Board Finance Committee for the Town of Hull. He assisted the Boston Redevelopment Authority and the Boston Water and Sewer Commission in drafting the technical components of the city’s new groundwater recharge regulations known as Article 32, Groundwater Conservation Overlay District. John earned his B.S. in civil engineering from Northeastern University.