Daniel E. Agramonte, P.E., F.ASCE, a recognized and multitalented leader in the field of environmental engineering, has been named a Fellow by the ASCE Board of Direction.
Agramonte has over 27 years of professional technical experience in the public and private sectors, including project management, water, wastewater, building design, and environmental investigation, remediation, and compliance. His current focus on environmental compliance and infrastructure assessments at industrial facilities has expanded his accomplishments throughout the United States.
His design experience takes in remediation systems, secondary spill containment, and petroleum tank systems. He has also performed environmental health and safety compliance audits at over 50 facilities throughout the country.
During his eight-year service as an Air Force civil engineer officer, in the U.S and abroad, Agramonte oversaw engineering teams that performed numerous tasks, including design and construction management. He was also responsible for the closure of a major air force base in the Midwest, where he led a team of 14 professionals that addressed a multitude of issues, requiring cleanup of electrical equipment containing polychlorinated biphenyl, removal of 73 underground storage tanks, and the closure of a Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Part B–permitted facility.
Agramonte is currently president-elect of the ASCE Georgia Section, and has been recognized by the Section as 2017 Georgia EWEEK Engineer of the Year. He is a licensed professional engineer in 24 states.