Parsons is pleased to announce that Charles “Charlie” Manning has joined the corporation as senior vice president and infrastructure leader for New York and New Jersey. Manning will focus on business development and representing the corporation to the region’s key stakeholders.
“Charlie’s wealth of knowledge and professional network will be invaluable as we work to strengthen and develop customer relationships and continue our legacy of delivering quality service in New York and New Jersey,” said Michael Johnson, Parsons Group president. “We are pleased to welcome him to the team.”
Manning has more than 35 years of civil engineering experience in a broad variety of infrastructure programs and projects, including transportation, water supply, wastewater treatment, hazardous waste, waste‑to‑energy, and power. He has directed and managed large, complex projects and has significant experience in every project aspect, including conception, planning, design, permitting/licensing, construction inspection, program and construction management, as well as project start‑up and operation. He also has a strong background in alternative project delivery solutions such as design‑build and public‑private partnerships. Manning has served as Principal‑in‑Charge for major public transportation and infrastructure agencies, as well as Fortune 500 firms.
Both of Manning’s civil engineering degrees were earned at New York universities—he holds a bachelor’s degree from Manhattan College where he serves as an engineering department consultor and guest lecturer, and a master’s degree from Polytechnic Institute of New York (now New York University).