Fred is recognized as an expert in his field for site development, environmental investigation, remedial design, construction management and regulatory affairs. A "brownfield" specialist, Fred has completed numerous commercial and residential projects on former industrial sites with soil and groundwater contamination. His list of engineering projects has included the design and coordination of major civil projects including roadway and interchange improvements, as well as water, storm-water and sewer infrastructure.
Numerous development projects have been of regional impact requiring significant public review and negotiation with local, state and federal agencies. Fred's environmental practice areas include sites impacted by a broad spectrum of soil and groundwater contamination, wetlands and endangered species. Prior to joining Dresdner Robin, Fred directed site development and engineering activities for Melvin Simon, a nationally recognized development company. Fred is a registered professional engineer in New Jersey, Connecticut, Indiana and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Duke University.
Tony joined Dresdner Robin in 2009 and is responsible for the general management and administration of the firm. Prior to joining Dresdner Robin, Tony managed teams responsible for real estate development. Tony was a Senior Vice President of Apartment Investment and Management Company (AIMCO) where he ran AIMCO’s real estate development and redevelopment operations in the NE region, comprising Philadelphia, New York metro, and the Boston markets. Prior to that he ran similar groups that sourced and developed investment-grade large-scale multifamily, office, retail, hotel, mixed-use and transit-oriented projects in positions he held at AvalonBay Communities, Inc., Lincoln Property Company, and The Druker Company of Boston.
He started his career in real estate at Jones Lang LaSalle first as an asset manager of retail and office properties in Chicago and later as a development manager in New York. Tony started his business career as a financial analyst for Exxon Corporation.
Tony has a BS (Mechanical Engineering) from the University of Virginia and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College. He holds the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) designation.
Director of Environmental Services, has over 30 years of broad-based experience in the fields of engineering geology, hydrogeology, and civil, geotechnical and environmental engineering. Throughout his career, he has conducted numerous geological and environmental investigations for a wide range of environmental projects including hazardous waste sites, landfills, contaminated site assessments and brownfield redevelopments. Most of his work has been conducted under the USEPA, or State Agency lead. He provides technical review for brownfield redevelopment projects in NJ, NY and PA. Mr. Forrest has directed various privately owned and publicly funded projects involving the remediation of soil and groundwater.
He currently serves as Project Director for property acquisition projects conducted under on-going Task Order Agreements for Hazardous Waste Services Statewide, NJDOT-Bureau of Environmental Services. These projects include site investigations, remedial investigations and remedial alternative analysis, and preparation of remedial cost estimates for properties to be acquired by the NJDOT as part of roadway improvement projects. He also serves as Project Director for various projects executed under on-going Task Order Agreements for Remedial Investigations/Remedial Alternative Analysis Studies at NJDOT Maintenance Facilities. The agreement covers the investigation of facilities to characterize soil and groundwater contamination and develop the most appropriate and cost-effective remedial approaches. He holds a diploma of Geology from RMIT (Australia) and Bachelors of Applied Sciences (Engineering and Geology) from RMIT (Australia).
Currently serves as Director of Land Surveying for Dresdner Robin’s survey practice. Prior to 2009 Mr. Gloor had been the owner of an independent surveying practice providing land surveying services in New Jersey. He has been able to combine 20+ years of information technology expertise, extensive project planning, client relations and presentation skills into a very successful practice providing his clients with technology integrated services to meet their individual project needs. Mr. Gloor’s experience lies in the preparation of ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys, topographic surveys, as-built surveys, construction layout, digital terrain modeling, deed and file searching, descriptions and elevation certificates.
Mr. Gloor’s clients have been residential and commercial land owners, government agencies, engineering firms and the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission.
Mr. Kolling has over 25 years of experience and specializes in the areas of Redevelopment, Economic Development and Community Planning. He has prepared redevelopment plans in larger cities such as Jersey City, Union City and Elizabeth and smaller communities such as Bayonne, Asbury Park, Roselle and Livingston. The scale of these plans has ranged from high-rise, high density residential, commercial, office and mixed-use developments to smaller scale commercial and residential projects; and have been prepared for municipalities, public housing authorities, and private developers.
His experience includes project coordination; preparation of redevelopment plans, grant applications and development applications; testimony and presentations to Planning Boards and Boards of Adjustment throughout the State; design of parks, plazas and streetscapes; site plan review; development of land use regulations; and studies and site plans for both large and small site specific developments. Mr. Kolling also has extensive and varied experience in the fields of Community and Urban Planning. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree Land Management & Planning/Landscape Architecture from Rutgers University and also is a licensed Landscape Architect and Professional Planner in the state of NJ.
Mr. Mele has over 20 years of land development experience for commercial, multi-family and mixed-use developments throughout NJ and NY. This experience includes project management, development feasibility, zoning analyses, engineering design, regulatory permitting, construction administration and expert testimony. Design experience includes site layout design and planning, stormwater management, roadway design, water and sanitary sewer design, utility layout, erosion controls, boundary and topographic surveying, subdivisions, septic design, cost estimating, etc.
Various development projects managed by Mr. Mele included a 2.2 million square foot high-rise office/retail complex in Bergen County, NJ; 200,000 s.f. data center in Morris County, NJ; High-rise residential projects in Jersey City; warehouse expansions and conversions throughout NJ; mixed use (retail/residential) facility in South Orange, NJ; child daycare facilities throughout NYC and NJ; Various big box retail developments and mall expansions including Lowes, Target, Home Depot, Walmart, Garden State Plaza Mall, Holmdel Town Center, Orange Plaza, Cedar Knolls Plaza; various hotel developments throughout NJ and NY; townhouse and condo developments throughout northern NJ; self-storage facilities throughout NY and NJ; various religious facilities in NJ; subdivisions for commercial and residential sites throughout NJ and forensic surveying in NYC (building monitoring). A detailed list of relevant projects can be furnished upon request.
Prior to joining Dresdner Robin, Mr. Mele served as Director for all engineering and surveying practices at Jarmel Kizel Architects and Engineers. He also served as Senior Project Manager at Langan Engineering and Environmental Services. In both positions he performed commercial land development engineering services in NJ and NY (including New York City).
Mr. Neumann has over 19 years of diverse experience conducting environmental investigations on behalf of a wide range of clientele including government agencies, real-estate developers, law firms and financial institutions. Specializing in environmental due diligence and brownfield redevelopment, he regularly assists clients in assessing and mitigating liability associated with real estate acquisitions and has acted as an expert in support of environmental litigation cost recovery cases. Mr. Neumann has served as an effective liaison between clients, local/state/federal regulatory agencies, legal counsel and financial institutions and has developed innovative and cost effective solutions to a variety of complex environmental and engineering challenges. He is a dedicated and performance driven professional with an accomplished record of fulfilling his clients objectives.
Mr. Neumann has also assisted with the preparation and coordination of Brownfield Development Applications (BDA) with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the New Jersey Department of the Treasury and has served on BDA steering committees on behalf of public agencies as well as private real-estate developers. As the Director of Environmental Services at Dresdner Robin, Mr. Neumann leads a diverse team of talented professionals and has proven himself to be an effective manager with strong organizational skills. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from Ohio University and a Master of Science degree in Geo-Environmental Science from Shippensburg, PA.
Mr. Noce has over 15 years of environmental consulting experience performing site and remedial investigations and remediation of soil and ground water on a wide range of residential, commercial, and industrial properties for private corporations and federal and state agencies. His areas of expertise include hazardous waste screenings/ preliminary assessments, Phase I and Phase II Site Assessments, subsurface investigations, soil and ground water sampling, air monitoring, UST/AST removals, remediation technology and implementation, report writing, bid proposals, client liaison, and project management.
He is a certified industrial N-2 operator with extensive experience in the installation, operation and maintenance of remediation systems with major emphasis on ground water pump and treat, soil vapor extraction, air sparging, and on-site bioremediation. He has prepared Site Investigation Reports, Remedial Investigation Reports, Remedial Action Work Plans, Remedial Action Reports, Health and Safety Plans, soil and ground water sampling plans, and Deed Notices for both private and government clients.
Nick is also responsible for managing and coordinating on-going NJDOT Task Order Agreements for roadway improvement projects and maintenance facilities statewide. The roadway improvement projects include providing hazardous waste services during the preliminary, final, and construction phases of the project. The objectives of the maintenance facilities agreements are to characterize soil and/or ground water contamination and to evaluate, select and implement the most appropriate and cost-effective remedial approach. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from The Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (SEBS, formerly Cook College), Rutgers University.
Mr. Tregidgo has over 20 years of experience within the environmental industry, which spans from the laboratory process through completion of remediation. This diverse background gives him a unique understanding of the remediation process which he applies to everything from homeowner heating oil tanks to investigations at complex former industrial facilities. He effectively applies professional judgment through the remediation process and has conducted environmental investigations on behalf of a wide range of clientele including government agencies, real-estate developers, law firms and financial institutions. He is regularly involved in the preparation of Preliminary Assessments, Site Investigation Reports, Remedial Investigation Reports, Remedial Action Work Plans, Remedial Action Reports, Quality Assurance Project Plans, soil and ground water sampling plans, and Deed Notices for both private and government clients.
Mr. Tregidgo has served as an effective liaison between clients, local/state/federal regulatory agencies, legal counsel and financial institutions and has designed and implemented innovative and cost effective solutions to a variety of complex environmental and engineering challenges. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences and a Minor in Chemistry from Montclair State University and a Masters of Business Administration from Ramapo College.
Mr. Vizzini has over 10 years of experience and is responsible for leading Dresdner Robin’s design group in Site Planning, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture. His experience includes all aspects of site design and construction including, zoning analysis, site inventory and analyses, conceptual design, grading design, preparation of construction documents and specifications, presentation graphics, site plan application, cost estimating, expert witness testimony, and site supervision.
Mark has been the team leader on a broad spectrum of projects ranging from mixed-use commercial and residential buildings, redevelopment projects, waterfront development, rooftop gardens/green roofs, streetscape and lighting, open space and parks, rehabilitation projects and master planning. Mr. Vizzini is proficient in AutoCAD and Land Development Desktop and as such, oversees the Dresdner Robin CAD design group. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Landscape Architecture from West Virginia University is a licensed Landscape Architect in the state of NJ.