SPARTA – CP Engineers & Architecture has announced that Sabine Watson, P.E., has joined the firm as a Senior Project Manager.
Watson is a Licensed Professional Engineer in N.J., Pa., Del., and Md., and is a Certified Municipal Engineer (CME) in N.J.
“We are extremely pleased to have Sabine on board and part of the CP Engineers & Architecture Team,” commented Stan Puszcz, one of the Managing Members of the firm. “Sabine brings a wealth of leadership and management experience to the organization. The firm and our customers will benefit from having her as a part of the CP family.”
With more than 15 years of experience in the civil and municipal engineering fields, Watson has served as the primary town engineer for multiple municipal clients, and has been responsible for addressing the engineering needs of communities, ranging from rural to urban diversification. Within these municipalities, she has engaged in: project prerequisite evaluation, budgeting, assistance in funding procurement, design, construction engineering, and administration of public facilities and infrastructure. Key projects have included: historic district streetscape with comprehensive utilities replacement, design-build of public works maintenance facilities, water storage tank construction and rehabilitation, and water main replacement and sanitary sewer conveyance systems rehabilitation.
Watson earned her Bachelor of Engineering, followed by her Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering, from Stevens Institute of Technology. After having lived in Sparta in her youth, and graduated from Sparta High School, Watson returned to Sussex County following college, and has since further established her roots here. In her spare time, she is active in her local residential lake community, and has volunteered as a committee member of the Lake Mohawk German Christmas Market.