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Kevin McAndrew ‘78, RLA, AICP, LEED AP

Kevin McAndrew ’78 is Partner­-in-­Charge of Cameron Engineering’s civil/site engineering, plan­ning and landscape architectural division overseeing a wide diversity of land development projects in the private sector, institutional sector and public sector. Projects range from downtown mixed­-use developments to higher education campus design to the preparation of Comprehensive Land Use Plans for municipalities. Mr. McAndrew is a registered landscape ar­chitect, certified planner, trained civil engineer and LEED accredited professional with 35 years of professional experience. Mr. McAndrew’s responsibilities are typically taking a project team from Concept/Master Plan through regulatory entitlement, contract documentation and construction administration.

Mr. McAndrew manages a staff of civil engineers, planners and landscape architects that de­ liver an integrated technical, sustainable and aesthetic approach in formulating innovative de­ sign solutions. He often leads a project team of multi­disciplinary professionals including architects, engineers, planners and scientists. Mr. McAndrew has represented many munici­palities on complex land use matters including the preparation of zoning code updates, site plan reviews and environmental impact review.

Mr. McAndrew has served as an Adjunct Professor teaching Site Planning/Land Use at Poly­ technic University. He is the past president of the Design Professionals Coalition of Long Is­ land (DPCLI), past Board Member of the Nassau Land Trust and currently is a member of the Village of Amityville Downtown Revitalization Committee.

Cameron Engineering is a multi­disciplinary engineering and planning firm in its 35th year with offices on Long Island and New York City. The firm is recognized as a regional leader with award winning projects in all market sectors.

Kevin McAndrew joined The Waldorf School of Garden City in the High School in 1974 and graduated in 1978.

Kevin McAndrew ‘78, RLA, AICP, LEED AP

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Kevin McAndrew ‘78, RLA, AICP, LEED AP

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Kevin McAndrew ’78 is Partner­-in-­Charge of Cameron Engineering’s civil/site engineering, plan­ning and landscape architectural division overseeing a wide diversity of land development projects in the private sector, institutional sector and public sector. Projects range from downtown mixed­-use developments to higher education campus design to the preparation of Comprehensive Land Use Plans for municipalities. Mr. McAndrew is a registered landscape ar­chitect, certified planner, trained civil engineer and LEED accredited professional with 35 years of professional experience. Mr. McAndrew’s responsibilities are typically taking a project team from Concept/Master Plan through regulatory entitlement, contract documentation and construction administration.

Mr. McAndrew manages a staff of civil engineers, planners and landscape architects that de­ liver an integrated technical, sustainable and aesthetic approach in formulating innovative de­ sign solutions. He often leads a project team of multi­disciplinary professionals including architects, engineers, planners and scientists. Mr. McAndrew has represented many munici­palities on complex land use matters including the preparation of zoning code updates, site plan reviews and environmental impact review.

Mr. McAndrew has served as an Adjunct Professor teaching Site Planning/Land Use at Poly­ technic University. He is the past president of the Design Professionals Coalition of Long Is­ land (DPCLI), past Board Member of the Nassau Land Trust and currently is a member of the Village of Amityville Downtown Revitalization Committee.

Cameron Engineering is a multi­disciplinary engineering and planning firm in its 35th year with offices on Long Island and New York City. The firm is recognized as a regional leader with award winning projects in all market sectors.

Kevin McAndrew joined The Waldorf School of Garden City in the High School in 1974 and graduated in 1978.