Neil Alongi, PE

Principal Engineer

Neil’s expertise includes industrial facility siting and expansion, solid- and hazardous-waste facilities, and industrial wastewater and stormwater management. He has been the project manager and lead engineer for multimillion-dollar industrial siting projects involving master planning, permitting, civil design, and construction management. Neil produces high-quality designs that can be permitted and constructed within a project’s time…

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I decided at an early age that I wanted to be an engineer thanks to my neighbor who was one and always included me in his household projects. To this day, I enjoy the teamwork aspect of projects, especially when I get to work with the exceptionally bright and energetic people that we are so fortunate to have at MFA.
I decided at an early age that I wanted to be an engineer thanks to my neighbor who was one and always included me in his household projects. To this day, I enjoy the teamwork aspect of projects, especially when I get to work with the exceptionally bright and energetic people that we are so fortunate to have at MFA.
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Who is Neil Alongi, PE?

Neil’s expertise includes industrial facility siting and expansion, solid- and hazardous-waste facilities, and industrial wastewater and stormwater management. He has been the project manager and lead engineer for multimillion-dollar industrial siting projects involving master planning, permitting, civil design, and construction management. Neil produces high-quality designs that can be permitted and constructed within a project’s time and budget constraints. He has served as an expert witness for a variety of legal proceedings and has testified at and conducted numerous public hearings for various types of projects.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, University of Washington

Licenses

Civil and Sanitary Engineer: Washington, No. 16650

Professional Associations

Association of Washington Business—Water Quality Committee

Associated Oregon Industries—Water Quality Committee

Columbia River Economic Development Council Northwest Environmental Business Council

Northwest Environmental Business Council

Western Wood Preservers Institute