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April 6, 2014

Business briefs: April 6, 2014

New engineer

PLATTSBURGH — Mark DeCrescente, P.E., of Engineering Ventures has been added to the Burlington, Vt., office servicing the North Country area.

DeCrescente has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Delaware and nine years of civil engineering experience. He is from the Philadelphia area and worked for most of his career there in private engineering consulting.

DeCrescente’s project experience ranges from commercial and institutional developments to residential subdivisions. He has experience in providing storm water management, erosion and sedimentation control, site grading, sanitary sewers and other utility design for various types of developments. He is currently working on projects for the Town of Peru, Adirondack Medical Center in Lake Placid and Saranac Lake, and a combined Department of Public Works/Fire District project for the Town of Westport.

He is currently a licensed professional engineer in Pennsylvania and is in the process of obtaining his professional license in Vermont and New York. 

Engineering Ventures PC is an experienced consulting engineering firm operating and licensed in Vermont, New Hampshire, New York and surrounding states. Select qualified professionals and technicians provide a broad range of civil-engineering services with specialties in structural and site engineering and planning. Serving both private and public clients, Engineering Ventures offers service from offices in Burlington and Lebanon, N.H.

For more information, visit www.engineeringventures.com.

Agency honored

PLATTSBURGH — As a business leader and involved citizen in the Plattsburgh area, Allstate exclusive agency owner Timothy Ruscio has been designated an Allstate Premier Agency for 2014.

This designation is being presented to Ruscio for his outstanding business performance and commitment to putting customers at the center of his agency’s work. 

“The Premier Agency designation is not just about Timothy’s successful business results,” said Eva McIntee, Allstate New York’s field vice president. “The honor also demonstrates Timothy’s commitment in being accessible to customers and using knowledge to help ensure customers have the insurance products they need to protect themselves and their family.” 

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