Joseph Arthur, CFM
"Nothing makes an Engineer more productive, than the "Last Minute"." John B. Redden Jr. P.E.
Joseph has 14 years of experience in civil and environmental engineering and is currently a Staff Engineer for EEC. Joseph is a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) and has his Dual Combined Administrator Certification (Virginia Department of the Environment (VADEQ) for Erosion and Sediment Control and Stormwater Management). Joseph has worked as a Project Manager/Engineer for local government and private agencies, as well as commercial and residential clients. He has developed expertise with land acquisition, grants administration, site, and environmental planning, surveying, site and utility design, contract drawings, specifications, bid negotiations, contract management and construction services. In addition, Joseph has been responsible for the design of new subdivisions and roads, new sewerage collection and treatments, water distribution and treatment, storm water management networks, as well as recreational, marine, landfills, and traffic engineering. Joseph is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Smith Mountain Lake Association (SMLA), and a board member/current head of the architectural committee for his Property Owners Association (POA).
Joseph has been involved with projects of all types and scales from Mixed Use Communities of over 2,400 homes and 250,000 sf of commercial and 18 holes of golf to small scale subdivisions, site plans, and regional stormwater management analysis/studies.
Joseph has a wife (Dr. Meredith Arthur) and 4 boys Anderson, Remington, Jameson, and Elliston. He enjoys bargains shopping/flea marketing, working on his old Chevrolet Truck, and anything associated with having fun at Smith Mountain Lake (boating, fishing, kayaking). He also enjoys hunting/shooting, golf, and is active in the local Cub/Boy Scouting organizations.
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