By Joshua Burd
Langan Engineering & Environmental Services has hired a veteran engineer in the region with an eye toward health care and other high-profile development work.
The firm announced that Christopher M. Cirrotti, who brings nearly 30 years of experience, joins its ranks as an associate in its Parsippany headquarters. In past positions, he has led site/civil engineering teams on some of the largest projects in the state, most notably among multiple health care systems and major real estate developments.
“Chris Cirrotti provides a level of technical excellence and professionalism that makes him an ideal associate here at Langan, and we are pleased to have him join our firm,” said David T. Gockel, Langan’s CEO and president. “We are taking immediate steps to build a team around Chris, which means internal staff transition and external recruitment
“While an obvious focus will be health care, Cirrotti’s clients will certainly include corporations and developers in New Jersey and New York.”
Over the course of his career, Cirrotti has been the point on health care projects ranging from campus master planning to the development of acute care facilities to complex hospital renovations and expansions, Langan said. He has served as principal-in-charge of high-profile office and significant urban redevelopment projects, while also leading higher education projects at several state universities and other learning institutions.
Cirrotti serves on the Rutgers University School of Engineering industry advisory board of directors.
“I have always admired Langan, a brand synonymous with excellence, so I am thrilled to become part of this firm,” Cirrotti said. “From a strategic perspective, I look forward to collaborating with Langan experts in geotechnical and environmental engineering because the integration of technical disciplines will bring measurable value to clients, particularly those in the health care space, which presents unique complexities best addressed by a holistic team of engineers.”